Skip to main content

Full text of "Oak leaves [electronic resource]"

See other formats


OAK LEAVES 1968 



CARLYLE CAMPBELL LIBRARY 



A 

576.8 



M54v 
1968 



ACCESSION 
91673 




CARLYLIE 

CAMPBELL 

LIBRARY 



Meredith College 
Raleigh, NC 27607-5298 




Digitized by the Internet Archive 
in 2010 with funding from 
University of North Carolina at Chapel 



http://www.archive.org/details/oakleaves1968bapt 



Graduates 


15 


Honors 


57 


Classes 


71 


Campus Life 


97 


Faculty 


141 




A STUDENT PUBLICATION OF MEREDITH COLLEGE 
RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA 

MARTHA ELLEN WALKER. EDITOR 
JACKIE BOONE. BUSINESS MANAGER 
PUFFY CARRAWAY, ART EDITOR 








OAK LEAVES 

1968 



CARLYLE CAMPBELL LIBRARY 
MEREDITH COLLEGE 




Describing Meredith ... a way of 
life ... an atmosphere ... an educa- 
tion ... is not easily done in twenty- 
five words or less. 

Sometimes it takes more than a year 
or two, but soon we learn that Mere- 
dith is not just a brick, columned estab- 
lishment; it is the expression of a 
colorful and intense way of life. 

Meredith is vital. People perform, a 
building goes up, something is con- 
stantly happening. We live in a kaleido- 
scopic world of art exhibits and book 
teas, parallel reading and frog dissec- 
tion, Monday history lectures and se- 
nior seminars, the smell of baking 
bread and the strum of a lone guitar. 
We absorb this micro-culture and soon 
see that each tradition and innovation, 
each restriction and freedom is uniquely 
Meredith. 



In this atmosphere, we have felt, if 
not the birth, then certainly the growth 
of a new intellectual, social, and cul- 
tural awareness. Whether reading to a 
blind student, grasping the concept of 
situational ethics, or just meeting a 
friend at the Bee Hive, we are learn- 
ing. We give, we take, and slowly, 
very slowly we emerge as individuals 
... a bit different and slightly more 
aware. 

The true picture of Meredith is, thus, 
a flurry of expressions . . . the pride of 
accomplishment, the pain of failure, the 
anticipation of a week end, the excite- 
ment of discovery, the joy of growth. 
These are our fleeting expressions . . . 
the essence of Meredith life. 




The mind grows by what it feeds 
J. G. Holland 





I will study and get ready, and perhaps 

my chance will come. 

Abraham Lincoln 




A boy is, 

of all wild beasts, 

the most difficult 

to manage. 

Plato 



IN* 



J*«*H 






Ji 



Some days must be dark 
and dreary. 

lenry Wadsworth Longfellow 






Let me forget 
about today 
until tomorrow . 

Bob Dylan 



11 



frfcta**-^ 



The great teacher is not the man who suppli 
the most facts, but the one in whose presence 
we become different people. 

Ralph Waldo Emerson 






^ 



L 



DEDICATION 



BERNARD H. COCHRAN, Ph.D. 
Associate Professor of Religion 




Your first words to us were spoken during Orien- 
tation Week, September, 1964. Your address began, 
"In the words of an astute theologian of our times, 
Charlie Brown, 'Happiness is Orientation Week 
coming to an end'." Your awareness, subtle humor 
and sincere interest in us were instantly realized. 

We began to know you as the William Holden- 
Dick Van Dyke image whose casual classroom 
atmosphere was animated and thought-provoking. 
Soon, after Saturday-morning lectures or en- 
counters on campus, we saw your true spirit. 
Widening from your particular field, you have 
steadily contributed elements of generosity, pa- 
tience, and wit to the college scene. For those of 
us who know you well, you are a counselor with 
conviction and with understanding. Energy of ac- 
tion marks your small as well as your great pur- 
suits. You are aware of and intensely involved in 
the contemporary issues as well as the traditional 
ones. 

We will always know you as an exceptionally 
personable professor. You are two wide eyes look- 
ing in pseudo-surprise, a perpetually dying out 
pipe, a pair of Hushpuppies. You are the week-long 
occupier of a third-row chapel seat after bringing 
a $40 bid at the Faculty Auction. You are the zany 
Mad-Hatter who tripped the light fantastic in Alice's 
Land of Wonder. 

Your role on the campus is vital. You are our 
man on the Concert and Lecture Series Committee 
and the MCA Council. You are the Distinguished 
Faculty Lecturer on "Puritanism in America." You 
are the baritone in the Faculty Quartet. 

Because you personify Meredith's crusade for 
progress, Meredith's quest for scholarship, Mere- 
dith's concern for the individual, we, the class of 
1968, gratefully dedicate the Oak Leaves to you, 
Dr. Bernard H. Cochran. 




"FOREWARNED, FOREARMED; TO BE PREPARED IS HALF THE VICTORY. 

Cervantes 




GRADUATES 




Officers, left to right: Diane Jackson, Vice President; Linda Gallehugh, Secretary; 
Shan Pruitt, President; Sandy Holder, Treasurer. 



Dr. Leslie Syron, Advisor 




"Hey look us over, Seniors this year" . . . 
we arrive eagerly in September . . . anxious 
to renew friendships . . . filled with antici- 
pation for this, our senior year ... at regis- 
tration we realize that this will be a year 
of "lasts" . . . the last classes . . . the last 
chapel . . . the last tests . . . the last chance 
. . . with enthusiasm and determination we 
make this the best year yet . . . the books 
which have been our companions at Mere- 
dith become #1 best sellers as seniors bring 
home to the hallowed halls of Poteat the 
Cornhuskin' cup . . . the search for top secret 
information in a geisha house reveals a win- 
ning stunt . . . society rush arrives, uniting 
Phis and Astros in the sisterhood of the 
Meredith Community ... as our final se- 
mester begins we become more and more 
aware with each passing day that this is a 
time of decisions ... job interviews and 
applications . . . graduate record exams . . . 
wedding plans . . . the future is ours to 
command . . . the decisions are ours alone . . . 
May arrives almost too soon and with it 
comes that final victory . . . graduation . . . 
with humble hearts we realize how very 
fortunate we have been in so many ways 
. . . and then good-bye . . . we pack our 
bags with mixed emotions, nostalgia for the 
past, mingled sadness and joy for the pres- 
ent and bright new hope for the future . . . 
we go our separate ways . . . though time 
and space will separate us, the deeper bonds 
of friendship and sisterhood will always 
unite in spirit the Class of '68. . . . "The times 
we've spent together will soon be memo- 



Miss Poplin and Miss Moffitt, 
Cornhuskin' Chairmen 



Mary Owens and Carol Forney, Stunt Chairmen 




17 




JUDITH ALEXANDER 
Charlotte, N. C. 
Home Economics 






HODGIE SHEARIN 
ALLSBROOK 

Enfield, N. C. 
Business 




MARY DEMETRA ARAKAS 

Asheville, N. C. 

Economics 



4k 



Jf.j 



THERESA AYERS 

Williamston, N. C. 

Mathematics 



18 



KAREN MARIE BAALS 
Newport News, Va. 




BARBARA ANNE BAILEY 

New Bern, N. C. 

English 




KATHRYN SEALE BAGNAL 

Sumter, S. C. 

Sociology 







Y^t 



YETIVE PAGE BAUCOM RUTH OVERMAN BASS 

Garner, N. C. Raleigh, N. C. 

History Mathematics 



DIXIE MERLE BENNETT 

Ash, N. C. 

Business 



19 




JEAN HONEYCUTT BOISKY 

Concord, N. C. 

Business 




NANCY KAY BOYD 

Arlington, Va. 

Home Economics 




SANDRA LEE BRADSHER 

Windsor, N. C. 

Sociology 





CHARLOTTE EDNA BRASWELL MARTHA ALICE BRAY 

Gastonia, N. C. Lumberton, N. C. 

History Sociology 



20 



RUTHIE SUE BREWER 

Wendell, N. C. 

History 



fv*f 




PATRICIA DEAN BURKS 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 

History 




MARTHA ANN BUTLER 

Raleigh, N. C. 

Art 



MILDRED ELIZABETH 

CARRAWAY 

Norfolk, Va. 

Art 




HONOUR FAYE CARROLL 

Weldon, N. C. 

Art 




m 



*ir «*| 



SUSAN LEE CHAPMAN 

Spencer, N. C. 

Religion 



REBECCA JESSUP CLINE 

Raleigh, N. C. 

Home Economics 



ELIZABETH HEYWARD 

CONSTABLE 

Hershey, Pa. 

Sociology 



DONNA GALE COOPER 

Durham, N. C. 

Art 



CHARLOTTE ANN CROCKETT 

Vass, N. C. 

History 



22 





NANCY MOORE CLARK CULLER 

Raleigh, N. C. 

Sociology 



ELIZABETH HOWIE 

Monroe, N. C. 

Business 



CLAUDIA CURRIN DANIEL 

Raleigh, N. C. 

English 




r 



* 



SHERYL LYNN DEAL 

Burlington, N. C. 

Sociology 




PENNINAH GILBERT DANIEL 

Portsmouth, Va. 

Religion 



/ 



23 





LYNN LOUISE DODGE 

Lynchburg, Va. 

History 



JESSIE CAMERON DIXON 

Henderson, N. C. 

French 





ANN MOORE DOMBROSKI 
Raleigh, N. C. 
Mathematics 



BETTY LOU DUCKWORTH 

Charlotte, N. C. 

Sociology 




DAVA ELLEN DREW 

Goldsboro, N. C. 

Religion 



24 



MARGARET ANNE DULIN 
Charlotte, N. C. 
Business I 





REBECCA HOWARD EATMAN 

Roseboro, N. C. 

Religion 





REBECCA ANN EDMONDSON 

Mount Airy, N. C. 

Mathematics 



PATSY CAROL EDDINS 

Raleigh, N. C. 

Sociology 




DELILA LOUISE EDENFIELD 
Clinton, S. C. 
Mathematics 




JOSEPHINE CHADWICK 

EMMONS PHYLLIS ANN EDWARDS 

Raleigh, N. C. Nashville, N. C. 






Spanish Mathematics 




f 



CAROLE COLEMAN EVANS 

Pamlico, S. C. 

Sociology 




FRANCES CAROL FORNEY 

Lawndale, N. C. 

Sociology 






ANN GAYNELLE FELTON 
Beaufort, N. C. 
Home Economics 



SUZANNE GUTHRIE 

Beaufort, N. C. 

Mathematics 






MARY HARPER FREEMAN 

Kinston, N. C. 

Sociology 



MARGARET HOPE GLOVER 

Lake Waccamaw, N. C. 

Sociology 



ft 



I 



LINDA KATHRYN 

GALLEHUGH 

Elizabethtown, N. C. 

Sociology 




ARNHILDA BADIA GONZALEZ 

Raleigh, N. C. 

Spanish 



27 






DONNA LESLIE HAIRE 

Salisbury, N. C. 

Sociology 



a 



LINDA CAROL HAIGLER 
Charlotte, N. C. 
Home Economics 





CAROLYN KAYE 

HALYBURTON 

Burlington, N. C. 

History 



MARGARET ANN HAMMOND 
New Bern, N. C. 
Home Economics 





ALMA JO HALL 

Raleigh, N. C. 

History 



28 



NANCY GWEN HERRING 
Goldsboro, N. C. 
Home Economics 





NORMA KAREN HANCHEY 

Wilmington, N. C. 

Religion 



VIRGINIA GRAY HENDERSON 

La Grange, N. C. 

Piano 



FRANCES EVELYN HAYES 

Hudson, N. C. 

Home Economics 



#^ ^ 



ANN MOORE HARTER 

Wagram, N. C. 

Sociology 











29 



-,. 



ANN ESTELLE HILL 

Lawrenceville, Va. 

Mathematics 



s 



• •! 



I 




CAMILLA LYNN HINES 

Burlington, N. C. 

Sociology 





SANDRA FAYE HOLDER 

Randleman, N. C. 

Mathematics 



MARY ELAINE HOLT 
Durham, N. C. 
Home Economics 




DUDLEY BARBEE HOWARD 

Southport, N. C. 

History 



30 



\ 



MARY DIANE JACKSON 

Thomasville, N. C. 

Sociology 




NANCY CURTIS HOWARD 
Norfolk, Va. 
Mathematics 



GRACE CLARE HOYT 
Pennington, N. J. 
Home Economics 






CAROLYN ELIZABETH 

JACKSON 

Huntington, W. Va. 

Sociology 



MARY VIRGINIA HUGHEY 

Chattanooga, Tenn. 

History 



31 



LEILA VIRGINIA JERNIGAN 

Atlanta, Ga. 

Biology 



W ffP 



*1 

- . 




ADELYN ELIZABETH JOHNSON 

Baltimore, Md. 

Business 




JANET RODGERS JOHNSON 

Raleigh, N. C. 

History 



R* "l 



SANDRA ELAINE JOHNSON 
Magnolia, N. C. 
Home Economics 




LINDA SMITH JOHNSON 

Raleigh, N. C. 

Home Economics 



32 



SUSAN LETITIA LAIRD 

Williamsport, Pa. 

Economics 







JUDITH LEONOMIE 

KORNEGAY 

Rocky Mount, N. C. 

English 





SUSAN MARIE LEATH 

Burlington, N. C. 

Sociology 



VIRGINIA GIBBS JONES 

Beaufort, N. C. 

French 



BRENDA CAROLE JONES 
Oxford, N. C. 
Mathematics 




33 






i 




LINDA JANE LEONARD 

Lexington, N. C. 

English 



JEANNE EBELEIN LEONARD 

Lexington, N. C. 

Spanish 



BETTY JEAN McCURRY 

Shelby, N. C. 

Business 







T" -W 



JEAN LEVIN 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Mathematics 



LUCIA LYNN LEWIS 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Sociology 



34 



CAROLYN JANE McGRADY 

West Jefferson, N. C. 

Religion 





BARBARA ANN MABE 

Henderson, N. C. 

History 



V^^^' . 



TONI KYLE McKINNEY 

Miami, Fla. 

Sociology 





ELIZABETH POWELL 

MAHLER 

Tarboro, N. C. 

Sociology 



MARY MARSHALL MARKS 

Greensboro, N. C. 

Sociology 



35 



LINDA ANN MASHBURN CAROLYN GAVE MILLER 

Winston-Salem, N. C. ■ CAROLYN GAYE MILLER 

French .^HMt Kinston. N. C. 

Mathematics 




-» ^^m 




NANCY BATSON MIZELLE 

Raleigh, N. C. 

English 



LINDA MARY MILLS 

Alexandria, Va. 

English 




MARY KATHRYN MOFFITT 

Brevard, N. C. 

English 



PEGGY JEAN MYERS 

Virginia Beach, Va. 

Sociology 







RUTH EDNA 
MONTGOMERY 

Chatham, Va. 
Home Economics 



HILDA JOY MYERS 

Laurel Springs, N. C. 

Sociology 






CAROLYN HARRIETTE 

NEAL 

Canton, N. C. 

Home Economics 



FRANCES EVE MOSER 

Hickory, N. C. 

Sociology 



37 




MARY SUSAN NORMAN 

Henderson, N. C. 

Religion 





ALICE JOY O'BERRY 

Roanoke Rapids, N. C. 

English 






ANN LESLIE OVERBY 

Littleton, N. C. 

Sociology 






VIRGINIA ELIZABETH OWENS 
Lumberton, N. C. 
Home Economics 



MARY MILUM OWENS 

Gastonia, N. C. 

Sociology 



38 



SUSAN DIANE PARKER 

Walkerton, N. C. 

Biology 




JULIANNE ELIZABETH PARHAM 

Henderson, N. C. 

History 



r 




PAMELA PERNELL 

Shelby, N. C. 

Home Economics 






MARTHA-GATLIN PHILLIPS 

Greensboro, N. C. 

Sociology 



ARDEN LOUIS PERRY 

Chesterfield, S. C. 

History 





BONNIE ANNE 

POPLIN 

Rockingham, N. C. 

Sociology 



MARTHA GAYLE POAGE 

Richmond, Va. 

Sociology 



KAY PRUETT 

Charlotte, N. C. 

Religion 




LINDA LEE PRESSLEY 

Oakboro, N. C. 

Sociology 



y 




ELIZABETH GREY 

PORTER 

Roseboro, N. C. 

Piano 



JUDITH IRENE 

RATLEY 

Red Springs, N. C. 

Mathematics 




MARY SHANNON PRUITT 

Louisburg, N. C. 

English 





ADNA VIVIAN RISLEY 

Wilmington, N. C. 

Organ 



SUSAN ANN RAY 

Greensboro, N. C. 

Sociology 



PATRICIA BROOKS 

RINEHART 

Richmond, Va. 

Sociology 







CATHY GENE 

ROBERTS 

Shelby, N. C. 

Biology 



BONITA RIFFLE SADLER 

Raleigh, N. C. 

Sociology 






ANITA KAY 

SAINTSING 

Thomasville, N. C. 

Sociology 





CLARA SAFRIT 

Beaufort, N. C. 

Economics 



CATHEY OVERTON RODGERS 

Lexington, N. C. 

English 




MARY THOMAS 

SALMON 

Sanford, N. C. 

Sociology 



P K j 



JANICE ELIZABETH 

SANFORD 

Lincolnton, N. C. 

Mathematics 




JEANNIE PATRICIA SAMS 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Art 





CATHERINE NASH SEARS 

Short Hills, N. J. 

English 



HELEN McCOY SINK 

Lexington, N. C. 

French 



43 





BRENDA ROSE 

SMITH 

Dillon, S. C. 

English 



BETH SHECKELL SMITH 

Spencer, N. C. 

Home Economics 



KATHY BOOTH STEWART 

Raleigh, N. C. 

English 






ALICE JEAN STAFFORD 

Garland, N. C. 

Biology 



MARY AGNES STANCIL 

Atlanta, Ga. 

Religion 



ELIZABETH ANNE STONE 

Salisbury, N. C. 

English 




1 



JAYNE MASON STROTHER 

Raleigh, N. C. 

History 




fli 




ALYCE MARIE 

STROUD 

Kinston, N. C. 

Home Economics 



MARY FRANCES 

SMITH 

Raleigh, N. C. 

History 





SUSAN MARIE STONE 

Durham, N. C. 

Sociology 




45 




MARY GAY 

SUMNER 

Hartsville, S. C. 

English 




VIRGINIA ANN SUTTON 

Mount Olive, N. C. 

Religion 




VICKIE NEWTON TART 

Zebulon, N. C. 

Mathematics 



JANET LEE TODD 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Religion 



SANDRA RUTH TEMPLE 

Fayetteville, N. C. 

Sociology 






CELA ANNETTE COOLEY 

WATSON 

Stem, N. C. 

Spanish 



PATRICIA ANN TOLLEFSRUD 

Richlands, N. C. 

Art 



MARTHA ELLEN WALKER 

Upperco, Md. 

English 




DONNA JANE VONCANNON 

Asheboro, N. C. 

Sociology 





FRAN CARLIN 

TREXLER 

Midland, N. C. 

Sociology 



47 




JANE CATHERINE WALLER 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 

History 




ELIZABETH NORMAN 

WATKINS 

Oxford, N. C. 

French 




KAREN J. WALTERS 

Shelby, N. C. 

Chemistry 




ELAINE WELBORN 

Thomasville, N. C. 

Sociology 




ELLEN RANDOLPH WARREN 

Virginia Beach, Va. 

English 



48 





BETTY GWYNNE WHITE 

Trinity, N. C. 

Sociology 



BARBARA JEAN WILLIAMS 

Alberta, Va. 

Art 



GWENDOLYN JOYCE 

WHITEHURST 

Tarboro, N. C. 

Biology 



ALICE SUZANNE 

WILLIAMS 

Charlotte, N. C. 

Home Economics 






JOYCE FAYE WILSON 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Mathematics 




(. 



PATSY LYNN WILSON 

Thomasville, N. C. 

Mathematics 



#". '? 



LINDA LOUISE WOOLARD 

Wilmington, N. C. 

Sociology 






SARA MILLICENT WOOD 

Roanoke Rapids, N. C. 

Sociology 



VIRGINIA AMELIA YOUNG 

Kingstree, S. C. 

Biology 




ANN WELBORN YOUNG 

High Point, N. C. 

Religion 



50 



JR\ 



H 



I I 



r^M 




'Up, up and away 



Prospective queens of May 



The really Big Three 





51 



EXCEPTIONAL SENIORS 

An effervescent spirit ... an unflinching 
loyalty. . . . The Exceptional Senior is chosen 
by her classmates for the outstanding qual- 
ity that makes her herself. Yet, at the same 
time, she is a synthesis of superlatives. 
Whether behind the scenes, or commanding 
her post, her enthusiasm and dedication re- 
main inexhaustible. She will be remem- 
bered years from now as the exceptional 
personality who has helped to make our 
class unique ... a winning smile ... a 
true individual. 




TEENIE SINK 

friendly, enthusiastic, gracious ... a diligent 
legislator, the liaison between students and 
administration — the Meredith lady. 



HOPE GLOVER 

loyal, sincere, aware . . . the drive to revamp 
our electoral process, the compassion to be a 
real friend — a constant willingness to give of 
herself. 





& ' ■:•&■; 

LIBBA WATKINS 

animated, bouncy, confident ... a leprechaun, 
never content to sit still — the embodiment of 
a sunny disposition. 



JOY O'BERRY 

personified perpetual motion, refreshingly real, 
deep . . . the genius behind our class produc- 
tions, an empathetic ear — our soul sister. 



CAROLYN HALYBURTON 

flamboyant, talkative, magnetic . . . Grendel, 
Mama Cass, Tarzan's Jane — our symbol of 
spontaneous gaiety. 





MARY KATHRYN MOFFITT 

sophisticated naivete, dry wit, sensitivity . . . 
the booger devil, lesson plans, English papers, 
Stunt and Cornhuskin' scripts — reflections of 
her boundless creativity. 



53 



BETTY DUCKWORTH 

constant mirth, zest for life, versatility . . . 
stage director, song leader, and Mama Astro — 
brightening up even the dreariest occasion. 



BRENDA SMITH 

warm, unpretentious, traditional . . . Chief 
Counselor, Judi Board diplomat — the ability 
to be a quiet leader. 




J\. 




W&Lb fi 



LYNN DODGE 

generous, understanding, logical . . . always 
taking a stand, always ready to act, to help, to 
54 cheer the team — a giant of congeniality. 





BOB 
1ARRE1 



t 



JT 



ARDEN PERRY 

unpredictable, uninhibited, a million laughs . . . 
a sheik and a spy in two winning Stunts — 
esprit de corps incarnate. 



UP 







JUDY KORNEGAY 

organized, conscientious, opinionated . . . the 
progressive leader of the Concert and Lecture 
Series, the savior of "Alice In Wonderland" — 
our omniscient armchair philosopher. 




MARTHA ELLEN WALKER 

Impressionable, cosmopolitan, delightfully neurotic . . . proud producer of a 
victorious Stunt, a non-conformist editor, a rebel with yankee blood — whose 
legacy is time and innovation. 



"ALL THINGS NOBLE ARE AS DIFFICULT AS THEY ARE RARE. 

Spinoza 



KAPPA NU SIGMA 



Distinction for five semesters of the most 
outstanding academic achievement. 

Carole Evans, President 

Judith Alexander 

Theresa Ayers 

Barbara Bailey 

Nancy Boyd 

Ann Hill 

Brenda Carole Jones 

Elizabeth Porter 

Beth Smith 

Virginia Ann Sutton 

Jane Waller 





SILVER SHIELD 




Recognition for unselfish service and 
superior leadership. 

Alma Jo Hall, President 

Patsy Burks 

Susan Chapman 

Lynn Dodge 

Hope Glover 

Elizabeth Maynard Avent 

Jeannie Sams 

Teenie Sink 

Brenda Smith 

Lynne O'Dell Washington 




Associates 

Suzanne Carpenter 

Agnes Standi 



m 




y < 




* 




V 


# 







, 1 


1 
i 






1 * 




MAY QUEEN 

Sheryl Deal 





\^n /^HHBHBKE/i^ 




l»|»«pil^'.*^. 




HK * ; -'* 


hHH 


iBHii 'HI •iji/l 




> lljELJ nt/ 










MAID OF HONOR 

Teenie Sink 



64 



MAY COURT 




LUCIA LEWIS, Senior 



DIANE JACKSON, Senior 




SANDRA HAMILL, Junior 



BRENDA PARKS, Sophomore 





PAGE VADEN, Junior 



H 



«■ 




PEGGY WILLIAMS, Sophomore 




JANICE HOLLEMAN, Freshman 




■ 
SHIRLEY SCARBOROUGH, Freshman 




MARY HARPER FREEMAN 

College Marshal 



MARSHALS 



Meredith's official hostesses . . . black dresses 
and satin regalia bearing the color of their 
society. . . . The nine marshals epitomize 
the Meredith image of charm and grace. 
Their poised presence is tantamount to the 
festivities of the Christmas banquet, the 
tension of Decision Day, and the pagean- 
try of Founders' Day . . . statuesque dig- 
nity of long white gowns on May Day . . . 
pretty girls with pretty smiles. 



Astro Marshals (left to right): Ann Hammond, Pam Pernell, Sue 
Wood, Paula Williams. 





Phi Marshals (left to right) : Jeannie Lindsay, 
Norma Hanchey, Suzanne Ware, Puffy Carraway. 



STILL ACHIEVING, STILL PURSUING, LEARN TO LABOR AND TO WAIT. 

Longfellow 




CLASSES 



JUNIORS 




Left to right: Nancy Hinson, Vice-President; Bootsie Thompson, Secretary; Mary Helen Simms, Trea- 
surer. 

72 




Marianne Johnson and Peggy Noffsinger, Stunt Chair- 
men 



The Class of '69 — a new sense of unity . . . 
quality, not quantity . . . scattered across cam- 
pus as new guardians of halls and dorms . . . trans- 
fers full of spirit and enthusiasm . . . last year's 
counselors become this year's "Big Sisters" . . . 
honoring sisters of all times in Cornhuskin' . . . 
Stunt stars, Mouthy-Tong and Blue Jean Dixon, 
decide the fate of the world at a Christmas sum- 
mit in Geneva . . . double second-place victories 
. . . class rings come with the thought, "we're 
halfway through" . . . Junior-Senior banquet 
honoring those who will soon be replaced ... a 
long-short year full of happy-sad days . . . totally 
immersed in a major field . . . some still blind- 
dating, others looking toward marriage in the 
near future. . . . Jovial Juniors soon to become 
Sophisticated Seniors. 




Judy Park and Annelise Ware, Cornhuskin' Chairmen 



73 




Edie Ancell 
Evanthia Aretakis 



£ 1 f ) 



Lou Ashby 
Elaine Ashcroft 
Linda Avery 



*ft 




Winter's Lily Whites become Summer's Bronze 
Beauties via the sundecks. 



Emily Barbour Eloise Behnken Jo Ann Campbell Beth Brady Linda Burrows Evelyn Carter 

Linda Barnett Sylvia Bickett Judy Campbell Janet Brandon Anita Burt Marilyn Childress 

Becky Batson Jackie Boone Suzanne Carpenter Janet Bridgen Alicia Butler Ginger Cole 

Jane Beale Betty Boyette Lawanna Carr Betty Sue Bruton Jean Byrd Cheryl Critcher 

A n ?\ m fs i% 



f> ft ** 



ft ft ft f) i 




) 



fc fb & f* & 



74 







I 



Jo Ann Crook 
Ellen Derby 



Kay Ferens 
Hollis Fields 




Y t 



Wet and exhilarated, Judy Wright sur- 
vives the ritual of fountain-dunking to 
solemnize her pinning. 



Susan Fletcher Donna Gant Kay Goodrich Georgia Hall Mary Hardenburg Linda Helms 

Louise Foster Bet Garrett Linda Graham Sandra Hamill Nancy Harper Lynn Hemphill 

Carrie Frampton Nelson Glass Mickey Griffin Janet Hamilton Linda Harris Sharon Hendricks 

Sandra Freeman Betty Golding Sally Gudger Donna Hanson Brenda Helms Ann Henry 



m 


§ 


r» 


e\ 


- 1 


f^ 


& 


4j 




f) 





n 


p 









n 


Yl 



m a n 




^ 



75 




'It was the best of times 



Carol Ann Herring 
Diane Hill 



Nancy Hinson 
Kathy Holden 




Linda Hollingsworth 
Kathy Hooks 
Lynn Hooks 












Del Cross Horton 
Phyllis Howes 
Kate Huggins 
Karen Hyland 



Sara Jane Hutchins 
Shera Jackson 
Patsy James 
Kay Johnson 



Marianne Johnson 
Suzanne Josey 
Jan Joyner 
Judy Kennedy 




£l tf> ft ** 

0h #* 



Becky Kiser 
Kelly Knott 
Martha Lee 
Wanda Lindsey 
Cornelia Little 

Delores Little 
Sarah McColman 
Martha McGinnis 
Barbara McNeill 
Betty McNeill 



©*OOfi 




76 



r> 




rtl 




fil 


fl £% 


£ 


f> 




*» 


1 i^t mm **** jff^^ Pat Osborne 

: - T Judy Park 
|B J Carolyn Perry 
Ann Peterson 


f / #^ f* 


Barbara Pilloud 
Margee Poore 
Carol Price 
Angie Pridgen 



Peggy Maiden 
Paula Main 
Rosemary Martin 
Camille Mendenhall 
Dianne Mitchell 

Pam Morton 
Sondra Neel 
Barbara Neville 
Sandra Nicholson 
Mary Watson Nooe 



f* 



Barbara Pritchard 
Kathy Queen 
Binky Rawlinson 



Kathryn Reaves 
IF Ginger Rhodes 

' {* Helen Rich 



fi& 



V 




Joyce Robertson 
Phyllis Roebuck 



... it was the worst of times. 




f) # ^ 






r 


&l*©f> 


# 


i» : 


* m f) ft 


^ 


% 

i 


-? $ r> 


#> 


f! 


n 



Helen Rogerson Mary Jewel Shipp Gail Smith Donna Soyars Pat Sterling Bootsie Thompson 

Linda Sears Mary Helen Simms Penny Smith Carolyn Sparks Nancy Stroud Claudia Tutterow 

Mary Neil Senter Brenda Sizemore Becky Snyder Eleanor Squires Michele Tew Page Vaden 

Pat Shaw Alice Smith Susan Southerland Brucie Starkey Becky Thompson Sandra Vernon 



Left: "The Iceman Cometh" and calls 
off classes on January 10, 1968. 




5§§f! 



* a-"! a 



The quivering osmosis of light beams, rain and mist veils the Meredith Dining Hall. 



Linda Wade Ruth Ann Walters Suzanne Ware Olivia Weeks Reta Williams Cathy Woodbury 

Barbara Wall Paula Ward Kay Watson Mary Charles Wheless Doris Wood Judy Wright 

Cathy Walston Annelise Ware Louise Watson Mary Ann Whitty Sue Wood Maud Wyche 



f}> 


f } w 


n 


.: 


f) 


ft &\ 


^^^« 




f 




f\ 



79 




Left to right: Jeanne Donaldson, Treasurer; Bonnie Sparks, Vice-President; Peggy Williams, Presi- 
dent; Pam Gourley, Secretary. 



SOPHOMORES 




Evelyn Godwin, Cornhuskin' Chairman 



"WE ARE THE SOPHOMORE CREW" . . . 
returning as freshmen counselors to orient new 
angels ... a new view from the other side of 
the court . . . moving down to the small audi- 
torium for class meetings . . . acting officially 
as Phis and Astros for the first time . . . the 
thrill of "Whan that Aprille with his shoures 
soote" and other innumerable lines . . . animat- 
ing cartoon characters as we parade through 
Cornhuskin' . . . Chinese bookends, a Grecian 
urn, and other curios come to life heroically on 
Stunt night . . . signing the Declaration of De- 
pendence as we select our majors . . . positive 
action for the improvement of our Meredith 
family . . . uniting the past with the future as 
we link the daisy chain . . . "LOVE IT — YOU 
BET WE DO!" 




Susan Hernly and Brooks McGirt, Stunt Chair- 
men. 



81 



<* t) © 



«■? 


% 


P 





\ 





V* 


#& 


(: * 



e a 



c 



■I 



... 







'/ <* ' 



n 









Molly Albright 
Ginger Anderson 
Jackie Anderson 
Pat Armstrong 
Sue Askin 



Peggy Barbee 
Beverly Barefoot 
Linda Barker 
Emma Ruth Bartholomew 
Priscilla Beck 



Kay Bender 
Rachel Blanton 
Roma Bowen 
Ann Boyette 
Betty Brewer 



Jackie Briles 
Jane Brookshire 
Ann Brown 



Joie Brumley 
Betty Bryant 



tit -\ Betty Bryant 

June Buchanan 

, Margaret Carol Buff 

Donna Burgess 



r 



Sandra Burgess 
Janice Burns 
Nicki Byrn 
Susan Cameron 



Bonnie Campbell 
Marcie Canter 
Ann Carroll 



»g^* Rita Caveny 

r/VV Sarah Jo Cherry 




82 



Carol Clark 
Gary Clarke 
Diane Clayton 
Janis Cline 
Laurie Cocker 


a 


1 


e 


i: 


f, 


Karen Coghill 
Linda Ann Collier 
Catherine Cooper 
Susie Council 
Teresa Creagh 


V* 


© 


^fe 


\ '1 


fl 


Donna Crocker 
Karen Dalton 
Ann Davenport 
Sarah Jane Davis 
Maxine Day 


f> 


4 


& 


; fil 


Betsy Dees 
Emily Dellinger 
Jeanne Donaldson 
Katie Dozier 
Becky Ellis 


;? 






ftf) 




Carolyn Ellis 
Nina Ellis 
Ann Euliss 
Alice Eure 



Mary Ann Fleming 
Frances Ford 
Betty Fuquay 
Gerry Futrelle 



£ 


f> 


n 


m 


■fh 


f) 


f> 


ft 


Charlotte Gantt 
Camilla George 
Suzanne George 


f) 


§ 


<*> 



Susan Gibson 
Georgia Glass 
Florence Glover 




B.A.P., our man on the job 






83 





e * ^ •- o 



Evelyn Godwin 
Kathy Goodall 
Carol Goodes 
Claudia Gore 
Pam Gourley 



Margaret Grady 
Nancy Graves 
Kyleen Graybeal 
Susan Gregory 
Cindy Griffith 



Jane Griggs 
Kathleen Grogan 
Lynn Grogan 
Mary Grubbs 
Cherie Gulley 



Judy Hacskaylo 
Linda Haddock 
Donna Hales 
Sue Hammons 
Susan Harward 
















Susan Hauser Evelyn Hodgin 

Cheryl Heedick Anne Holloway 
Susan Hernly Connie Holman 






Mary Ann Hester 
Bunny Hinkle 
Becky Hinson 




Sandra Burgess sets table as student body leaves 
for Capri's. 




Ann Hrabanek 
Phyllis Jeffreys 
Mary Jo Jewell 



Joyce Johnson 
Karin Johnson 
Melanie Johnson 
Carolyn Kennedy 




Cy « 



At home with Dagwood and 
Blondie . . . cavorting Corn- 
huskin' characters. 



Casey Kennemur 
Martha Kincheloe 
Betty King 



• if 

I 


5 

n 









n 


p 





£* 




# : 


f> 



V/ 




/* 












' f) 



Margaret Ann Knowles 
Jeannie Lackey 
Sharon Lahser 
Carolyn Langhorne 


Jeannie Lindsay 
Jane Lockman 
Susan Maclary 
Ann McCarty 


Jennie Mallard 
Libby Mangum 
Margaret Martin 
Ryllis Miller 


Anne Morris 
Linda Morse 
Eva Neal 
Ronnie Niston 


Barbara Lee 
Carol Lemley 
Kathy Lilburn 
Joyce Lindley 




Brooks McGirt 
Sophie MacLawhorn 
Elaine McNeill 
Debbie McShane 


Audrey Mills 
Clara Mincey 
Betty Moore 
Kathy Moran 





85 








Margaret Novobilski 
Lisa Oates 
Brenda Parks 
Kathy Parrish 
Becky Patterson 



Jo Paylor 
Patsy Peacock 
Lou Pearce 
Barbara Perry 
Sharon Perry 



$*% :* it 




Brenda Pierce 
Betty Pridgen 
Sharon Ray 
4fc , W Sherry Rice 



f) f) O . ■' f" 



Ann Robertson 



Pam Robinson 
Susan Roebuck 
Paula Rogers 
Becky Rudd 
Nance Rumley 



h 



fif?^# 



Susan Sanders 
Faye Scott 
Frances Sessoms 
Judy Shepherd 



Loueen Slaughter 
Belinda Smith 
Phyllis Smith 
Betty Jo Soli 




Susan Saloway 
Jeanie Spach 
Bonnie Smith 



Linda Sprouse 
Betty Stallings 
Frances Sumner 







n 


®Q 




ft 


# 1 


sir 


f, fi&m 


f) 


1 


n 


@© 


ft ft 


© 


ft 




©0 


{ t ft 


(1 


■*«•>■ 

f^ 





Cathy Sykes 
Ruth Talton 
Dale Tatum 
Kay Taylor 
Becky Thomas 






Mary Turner 
Nancy Tyren 
Susan Ulmer 
Susan Van Blon 
Susan Vanderslice 




Martha Watson 
Ellen Webb 
Mary Ann Westphal 
Betty Whitee 
Margaret Whitlow 




Darleen Wright 
Nancy Yates 
Cindy Zeliff 
Dianne Yelton 
Clara Young 




Cheryl Thomas 
Dwan Thomas 
Janice Thomas 
Peggy Timmerman 
Paula Tudor 




Gail Van Doren 
Brenda Vaughan 
Barbara Walker 
Nancy Walters 
Anne Watson 




Nancy Williams 
Paula Williams 
Peggy Williams 
Lee Winstead 
Jean Wolf 



J! 



Sophomore year . . . and all the world's a Fair. 



wL 




w 


m-- *\ .. 




^y^jlili 



FRESHMEN 




Vickie Regan, President 




Left to right: Boyd King, Secretary; Gail Gaddy, Vice-President; 
Nancy Watkins, Treasurer. 




Penny Flynt and Mary Reid, Cornhuskin' Chairmen. 



"Spirit of '71" . . . "We're the freshman class 
and we're unsurpassed!" . . . orientation week brings 
mass confusion . . . first college week end brings 
blind dates; some girls win — the rest will try again 
next week end . . . routine of classes begins and 
assignments stifle social life . . . freshmen start 
nightly trudges to "The Hole" . . . first open week 
end brings the exodus . . . Cornhuskin' is a wel- 
comed change as freshmen travel to the "Land of 
Meredith" . . . mid-semester grades shock us into 
reality . . . finally the long-awaited Thanksgiving 
vacation . . . Stunt sees "Mamma Mia" Leathers 
marry off "Voluptuosa" Hill . . . Christmas spirit 
strikes early as days drag until classes end . . . 
Snowball fights and tray sledding replace study- 
ing for exams! . . . dreaded week is finally over 
and students hurry home to recuperate . . . second 
semester brings "Rush Week" as Astros and Phis 
bid for freshman pledges . . . with Spring come 
term papers and crowded sun decks . . . end of 
first college year makes us aware of valuable ex- 
periences and deep friendships that have been 
formed . . . expressions of '67-'68 — "Ding, dong, 
the witch is dead" and "Big sisters we love you 
one and all." 




Linda McRae and Betty Wood, Stunt Chairmen. 



Marcia Alexander 
Betty Alligood 
Jane Alligood 
Cathy Anderson 
Nancy Ausbon 



Linda Austin 
Anne Avent 
Ella Bailey 
Alice Baird 
Linda Ball 



Marilyn Ballard 
Julie Ballou 
Chris Barker 
Ruthie Barker 
Barbara Barnes 



Carolyn Barrett 
Gail Barthalomew 
Cissy Beam 
Janet Bell 
Elena Bennett 



Mary Ann Bess 
Mary Gibson Best 
Phyllis Blackman 
Rose Blanton 
Corinne Blaylock 



Anne Bloxom 
Lynne Boggus 
Jan Bost 
Ann Bowman 
Pamela Branch 



Paige Brinkley 
Linda Brown 
Anne Bryan 
Susan Buckthal 
Karen Burrows 



Cathy Butler 
Ann Collins Byrd 
Ruth-Ann Collis 
Rebecca Calloway 
Joann Carlson 



#%**)? 




f -1 


#J i 


f) 


£3 


1 1 





fc ;' A to 




vi f\ ()Ctfl 



90 




Becky Carter 
Judi Carter 
Marilyn Cheek 



Bobbie Chestnutt 
Carolyn Chinn 
Ann Clark 



Lynn Clark 

Mary Esther Clark 

Kathy Conyers 



Bess Cowling 
Ann Crawford 
Pat Crawford 



©<* 




The Spirit of '71 remains undaunted . . . 
even after the 62-step climb to 4th String. 





F . 




> 


*5 


. ) 



Ethel Creech 
Hope Creech 
Mary Crockett 
Jane Cromley 



( ; ft to ft 



Meda Crotts 
Susan Crouch 
Barbara Curtis 
Martha Dandridge 
Jean Davenport 



Sally Davidson 
Jane Davis 
Marti Davis 
Virginia Davis 
Kyn Dellinger 



Martha Dicus 
Debbie Disher 
Laura Dula 
Beverly Easter 
Cindy Elkins 



4% 


l £ 


#: s 


ft 


® 


ft 




#5, 



*n 



ft f . ■> 



91 




Carol Ellington 
Debbie Ellis 
Constance Evans 




Mechanized madness of registration. 



First row, top to bottom 
Margaret Flagler 
Lou Fleming 
Wray Fleming 
Susan Flora 
Penny Flynt 

Second row, top to bottom 
Gail Gaddy 
Lizabeth Gee 
Georgiana Gekas 
Terry Gerringer 
Vickie Gilmore 



Third row, top to bottom 
Judy Greene 
Candace Gribble 
Kathy Griffin 
Margaret Haithcock 
Olivia Harris 

Fourth row, top to bottom 
Beth Hart 
Betsy Haynes 
Carla Helms 
Sharon Hemrick 
Susan Herring 



Diane Faulk 
Chris Fecho 



Fifth row, top to bottom 
Alice Hill 
Shirley Hill 
Sarah Holden 
Penny Hollars 
Janice Holleman 

Sixth row, top to bottom 
Brenda Holloway 
Jane Holloway 
Jane Holt 
Glenda Hooks 
Susan Howard 




Seventh row, top to bottom 

Jenny Hubbard 

Judy Hubbard 

Sue Hubbard 

Judy Hunt 

Deborah Ingram 

Eighth row, top to bottom 
Carol Inman 
Nancy Irwin 
Annie Joe Ivie 
Courtney James 
Jeff Jarrett 



Oft* ft* A 



m. 



A 



n § * * 


a 


rn 




i & r j t> 


1 w 


a 




f* C) f\ f 


\ 






(\i 0* 


1 


r> $ 



fi , «* ft f) 

f i (i a a « 



Connie Jean 
Claris Jenrette 
Georgia Johnson 
Nancy Johnson 
Patsy Johnson 



Trisha Johnson 
Dorothea Jones 
Joyce Jones 
Bettie Joyner 
Sara Kennemur 



First row, top to bottom 
Jill Kidd 
Kathy Kidd 
Connie Kidwell 
Boyd King 
Brenda King 

Second row, top to bottom 
Jane Kiser 
Johnnie Faye Lamm 
Jennie Lancaster 
Libbo Leathers 
Sandra Levinson 



Third row, top to bottom 

Pam Lewis 

Gloria Little 

Joyce Little 

Becky Love 

Carolyn Lowder 

Fourth row, top to bottom 
Anne Luter 
Martha Lyday 
Virginia McClung 
Annette McCormick 
Judi McCray 



Fifth row, top to bottom 
Vicki McCullen 
Lynn McDowell 
Judy McGranahan 
Dorice Mellwain 
Libby McNeill 

Sixth row, top to bottom 
Linda McRae 
Sandra McRae 
Cassandra McRorie 
Sharon MacTaggart 
Ellen Manson 



Seventh row, top to bottom 

Jessie Markert 

Kathy Martin 

Pat Martin 

Anne Mattocks 

Kay Meares 

Eighth row, top to bottom 
Anne Meekins 
Joan Meeks 
Fair Merriman 
Mildred Middleton 
Lyn Middleton 



i 


A 

f 


ft 




? > 


0fy 

i) 


/•• • 
% - . 


A 
fi 

> i 


fl 


fl 


f3 1 )• 


€-s 


■0*s 


r> 


f> 


i 


9 


n 


r> 


f\ 


n 


?" > 





o 


ft 


§ 


o 



Martha Millard 
Lynn Mitchell 
Janet Mizelle 
Mary Lynne Moody 
Kay Murray 



Sarah Nahikian 
Nan Nance 
Nancy Newell 
Nancy Newlin 
Aimee Oakley 



Laurinda O'Brien 
Pam Osborne 
Barbara Park 
Dianne Parker 
Karyn Parker Chandler 



Renee Parker 
Mary Stuart Parker 
Dawn Parnell 
Martha Patterson 
Nancy Petty 



Margaret Phillips 
Anne Lynn Pilout 
Carolyn Pond 
Flo Price 
Pam Pruitt 



Pamela Puryear 
Reita Rea 
Vickie Regan 
Mary Reid 
Suzanne Reynolds 



Ann Ripple 
Pat Riviere 
Sharron Robbins 
Diane Robinson 
Becky Roebuck 



Caro Lee Rogers 
Nancy Rouse 
Claudia Rutledge 
Shirley Scarborough 
Candy Scott 






(*3 r- r< 


■ 


r -. f* ) f^ 


&e*fi 


# m £ fi 




94 



f^ y fj fh 


o 


' fo f\ 





fPJ 


n n fa 


fl 


-f 








f 1 


C) 





- 1 


P 


r> 


C" 


a 


#- i 


f 









r; 




^ 





ft 






: .» 






n 



, i h f > (i 



©{■■>. *■■■ 


f)ft* 


C' 



First rotu, top to bottom 


Third row, top to bottom 


Fifth row, top to bottom 


Seventh row, top to bottom 


Stevie Shaefer 
Rachael Shaw 
Susan Shipp 
Marsha Simmons 
Ann Singletary 


Susan Sprouse 
Shirley Staples 
Kay Stegall 
Peggy Stockton 
Sandra Stone 


Geni Tull 
Lavinia Vann 
Brenda Faye Vaughan 
Deborah Walston 
Nancy Waple 


June White 
Sylvia Whitley 
Helen Wilkie 
Mary Ann Williams 
Peggy Williamson 


Second row, top to bottom 


Fourth row, top to bottom 


Sixth row, top to bottom 


Eighth row, top to bottom 


Hannah Smith 
Jane Smith 
Jean Smith 
Kathy Smith 
Paula Smith 


Elna Thompson 
Beth Tilghman 
Carol Townsend 
Rebecca Trader 
Janet Traynham 


Berta Wardell 
Abigail Warren 
Glynda Warren 
Elizabeth Watkins 
Nancy Watkins 


Sarah Winstead 
Susan Womack 
Betty Wood 
Barbara Woods 
Betty Woody 




The first Freshman banquet on the quad. 



'THE GREAT END OF LIFE IS NOT KNOWLEDGE BUT ACTION." 

Huxley 




V~r 



CAMPUS LIFE 



DORMS 



The sign-out desk— the gateway to gay abandon. 



VANN 



Unique dorm with all four classes . . . visits 
from the faculty on First . . . small flood on 
Second . . . struggle for unity on Third . . . 
penthouse of upperclassmen on top . . . coed 
invasion in entrance hall . . . "cozy" TV par- 
lor .. . weekend vigil hanging out the end 
windows . . . practical jokes? . . . Panic! with a 
look in that last mirror . . . race to beat the 
night watchman . . . rush House Council meet- 
ings in S.G.A. room . . . Price's special an- 
nouncements . . . "Smile!" 



Carol Price, Dorm President 




Left to right: Angie Pridgen, Anita Burt, Mary Jewell Shipp, 
Sheryl Deal, Hall Proctors. 





Annual clean-up or Cast your dust to the wind. 





Left to right: Agnes Stancil, Sue Wood, Brucie Starkey, 
Suzanne Carpenter, Hall Proctors. 



STRINGFIELD 



99.44 % Freshmen . . . greeted by daisies 
on the doors . . . frozen stiff underwear is 
all that stays in the refrigerator on First . . . 
swimming in the fountain . . . slinging water 
on Second . . . food machines that beat Las 
Vegas for stealing money . . . winners of the 
basketball tournament . . . unwanted baths 
and a blizzard of newspaper cramp the hall 
proctor's suite on Third . . . factory of fresh- 
man term papers bring hunt and peck rhythm 
throughout the dorm . . . suggestive dim lights, 
no heat, and a blinking light from the library 
give a warm, cozy atmosphere to Fourth . . . 
each hall is unique, but friendships and fun 
unite us. 



Susan Hout, Dorm President 



FAIRCLOTH 



Fantastic Faircloth . . . more Weejuns per 
capita . . . "early-to-bedders" on First . . . the 
perpetually ringing phone on Second — what 
chain system? ... a genuine group spirit per- 
vades Third . . . the ultimate dream of an 
elevator to Fourth . . . midnight upon the roof 
. . . expert exterior decorators . . . the LG . . . 
Flush! ... an abundance of Math majors, 
bridge players, and procrastinators . . . site of 
The Great Carpet Robbery . . . private entrance 
and fast exit for dates on First ... the refuge 
for the House Directors and the home of the 
Lost and Found. . . . First in the hearts of those 
who live there. 



Becky Batson, Dorm President 



Dwan Thomas exudes all of the de- 
light and none of the doldrums of 
dorm life. 




Left to right: Janet Hamilton, Evelyn 
Carter, Kate Huggins, and Shera Jack- 
son, Hall Proctors. 




100 




Brewer girls supply entertainment for dates in plush First Brewer 
parlor. 



Donna Hanson, Dorm President 




The "Mod" Dorm . . . sounds of silence . . . 
sliding glass doors . . . bridge in the hall ... a 
blind date . . . man on the hall . . . brownies 
in the kitchen ... a lavalier. . . . "Another 
World" ... a broken washing machine. . . . 
Who needs screens? . . . Judi Board dodgers 
par excellence ... a pin ... 24 hour phone 
service . . . look out stations by the window 
. . . devotions at 10 ... a diamond ... 50 in a 
parlor, "Anyone for sleep?" . . . two silhouettes 
... a full moon . . . lingering on the breeze- 
way . . . fleeting moments . . . lasting memo- 
ries. 



BREWER 



umm II 



— mMm 




Left to right: Ann Henry, Mary Neil Senter, and Ellen 
Derby, Hall Proctors. 



101 



"I'm frustrated, inhibited and no one 
understands me." The Poteat Perplex. 






Left to Right: Susan Stone, Teese Ayers, and Beth Smith, 
Hall Proctors. 



Jean Levin, Dorm President 



POTEAT 



Bouncing beds . . . phones in the suites??? 
. . . the case of the disappearing bubble gum 
machine . . . scalding hot and freezing cold 
showers . . . week-end evacuations . . . paper- 
thin walls . . . shelter for exhausted student 
teachers . . . racked up triumphs in Cornhus- 
kin' and Stunt. . . . Seniors STUDY?? . . . 
Motown of Raleigh . . . perennial cockroaches 
. . . Bailey's bath causes bedlam in the "cleanest 
dorm on campus" . . . TV in every room . . . 
weddings, weddings, weddings, . . . where do 
we go now?! 



102 



ORGANIZATIONS 



"Filing and joint student-faculty contact. . . . 
With a long range perspective we plan with 
concrete certainties for an uncertain future . . . 
initiative and responsibility the ultimate aim." 

— JEANNIE SAMS 
President, Student Government 




Sl-\ 




Left to right, first row: Roma Bowen, Agnes Standi, Mary Jewell Shipp. Second row: Evelyn Carter, Ellen Derby, 
Shera Jackson, Angie Pridgen, Anita Burt, Alma Jo Hall. Third row: Ann Henry, Mary Neil Senter, Teese Ayers, 
Sue Wood, Suzanne Carpenter, Suzanne Reynolds. Fourth row: Kate Huggins, Beth Smith, Lisa Oates, Lavinia Vann, 
Brucie Starkey, Susan Stone, Teenie Sink, Hope Glover. 




LEGISLATIVE 
BOARD 



The voice of the student body . . . the law- 
makers. ... By analyzing the Student Govern- 
ment Constitution and its impact on the social and 
academic realms of Meredith, the Legislative Board 
initiates progressive and purposeful policies. This 
year the board passed the change in hours, the new 
election system, the deletion of public dance re- 
strictions, and the slackening of Freshmen "lights 
out." This year also marked the first joint meet- 
ing of the Faculty Committee and the Legislative 
Board. Thus, the effective interaction of faculty 
and students continues to be of paramount impor- 
tance . . . rewording of proposals . . . striving for 
the Utopia. 



Teenie Sink, Chairman 




Rule enforcement agency . . . our own special 
brand of judicial review. . . . From routine meet- 
ings in Poteat to pre-dawn sessions in Joyner, the 
decisions facing the Judicial Board are often cru- 
cial. The great responsibility attached to a judi 
board post is both demanding and awesome. The 
members do smile, however, occasionally . . . seen 
only in pairs and never after dark . . . the G-Squad 
. . . sentences left in mid-air when they enter a 
room . . . "even our friends won't tell — what 
friends?" . . . standing for the faculty committee 
to enter . . . throw away the handbook and start 
over . . . "36 miles and we live too." 



JUDICIAL BOARD 



Carolyn McGrady, Chairman 



Clockwise from the top: Susan Hout, Carol Price, Jean 
Levin, Katy Dozier, Betty Alligood, Mary Stuart Parker. 
Center: Cindy Griffith. 



First row: Anne Stone, Lee Winstead. Second row: Kathy 
Holden, Donna Hanson, Carolyn McGrady, Becky Batson, 
Dava Drew. 





: 



ELECTIONS BOARD 



The "new" Elections System . . . the filing period, the pri- 
mary, the election. . . . Finally, after long meetings, much 
consideration, questions of "will it work?," and mountains of 
faith in student responsibility and participation, the Filing 
System has evolved. The Elections Board replaces the Nomi- 
nating Committee, signifying the transition from the old sys- 
tem of nominating candidates to run for office, to the new 
system under which students file for offices for which they 
feel qualified. The ground work has been laid for a dynamic 
program of new student perspective and opportunity . . . 
students take initiative . . . success is conditional. 



HANDBOOK 



Indispensable guide . . . within an arm's reach of every 
Freshman. . . . The task of initiating revisions and additions 
which clarify and widen the rights and responsibilities of 
each Meredith student is handled by the Handbook Com- 
mittee: Jane Lockman, Roma Bowen, Nancy Tyren, Lavinia 
Vann, and Suzanne Reynolds, headed by Hope Glover . . . 
Meredith's fact-finder . . . the fourth student publication on 
campus. 



Hope Glover, Chairman and Editor 



COUNSELORS 



Summer letters to freshmen singing Meredith's praises . . . 
aching feet! . . . The student counselors are a group of upper- 
classmen who serve under the guidance of Miss Lucile Peak 
as student advisors for Freshmen and transfer students. 
These girls meet with their groups individually to discuss 
personal problems such as grades and adjustments to college. 
Also, approximately once a month all the groups meet to- 
gether for lectures on such topics as charm, summer jobs, 
and the value of a liberal arts education. Every group has 
a faculty advisor who consults with each girl until the time 
her major is declared . . . "President Heilman had a farm" . . . 
"But you just must go by and see your advisor, even if you 
do have 3 D's." 




Brenda Smith, Chief Counselor 



106 



RIGHT Left to right, first row: Margaret Whit- 
low, Kathleen Grogan, Gail Van Doeren, Paula 
Tudor, Bonnie Sparks. Second row: Susan Roe- 
buck, Susan Gibson, Nancy Graves, Linda Had- 
dock, Susan Hernly, Sharon Ervin. Third row: 
Brenda Parks, Wanda Lindsey, Lou Pearce, 
Ryllis Miller. 

BELOW Seated: Roma Bowen, Charlotte Gantt, 
Ann Hrabanek, Lee Winstead, Cherie Gulley. 
Standing: Jeanne Spach, Evelyn Godwin, Emma 
Ruth Bartholomew, Karen Watson. 

BELOW RIGHT First row: Ayn Sullivan, Peggy 
Timmerman, Anne Pretlow, Ann Robertson, Sara 
Davis. Second row: Betty Brewer, Mary Turner. 




STUDENT 

ACTIVITIES 

BOARD 



Left to right: Julianne Par- 
ham, Betty McNeill, Sherry 
Allsbrook, Happy Neal, Di- 
ane Jackson, Linda Mash- 
burn. 



Left to right: Bet Garrett, Peggy Noff- 
singer, Bonnie Sparks, Barbara Mabe, 
Nancy Hinson, Millicent Wood, Kelly 
Knott, Gail Gaddy. 



Patsy Burks, Chairman 





A smoke-filled parlor on Mondays . . . "Do fourth Vann and String 
STILL want phonebooths?" . . . The Student Activities Board is com- 
posed of club presidents, and officers from each class, society, and dormi- 
tory, as well as the chairmen of major campus projects such as Concerts 
and Lectures and Library Fund. The primary purpose of the group is 
to coordinate social and other extra-curricular activities for the students 
and faculty both on campus and in Raleigh, by planning and helping 
to carry out a wide variety of projects . . . selling doughnuts and cre- 
ating ingenious bulletin boards . . . expansion of Parents' Day to Parents' 
Weekend ... the faculty IS going to do "Alice!" 




Left to right: Judith Alexander, Vivian Risley, Dudley Howard, Brenda Carole 
Jones, Carole Evans. 



CONCERT AND 

LECTURE SERIES 

COMMITTEE 



Publicizing campus events . . . from 
"Censorship in a Democratic Society" 
to the Luctenberg Duo . . . rising stu- 
dent interest. . . . The aim was for a 
year-long program with varied interests 
to appeal to people in each field. The 
symposium was designed to view its 
theme from several angles, hoping to 
provoke thought and controversy. The 
arts found expression through the Duo 
and the magnificently received Llords 
International Marionette Concert The- 
ater . . . future projection of more 
student voices in planning ... a pot 
pourri of new ideas. 




Front: Susan Soloway, Judy Kornegay (Co-Chairman) , Kay Pruitt. Back: 
Dr. Frank Grubbs ( Co-Chairman ), Dr. Bernard Cochran, Mary Turner, 
Catherine Cooper, Mary Grubbs, Kay Bender, Donna Burgess, Kathy Par- 
rish, Mrs. Dorothy Preston, Eloise Behnken, Miss Nona Short. 



109 



MEREDITH CHRISTIAN 
ASSOCIATION 



Selling Tippy Tacos . . . sharing themselves with 
the mentally ill . . . working with Blind School 
kids . . . tutoring the underprivileged. . . . The 
MCA exists for inspiration and introspection for 
the entire community and not just "religious peo- 
ple." This organization was the genius behind Re- 
ligious Emphasis Week — a week of drinking New 
Wine and talking and talking and talking. Will 
Meredith become integrated or not? Only the MCA 
knows for sure. . . . How to get adjusted to a new 
college minister in fifty easy lessons . . . one of the 
big three. 




Susan Chapman, President 



Left to right: Patsy Johnson, Alice Smith, Susan Chapman, "The Sister," Dr. B. H. Cochran (Faculty Advisor), 
Sandra Vernon, Lou Pearce, Paula Ward, Rev. Charles Parker (Campus Minister), Martha Phillips, Linda Avery, 
Norma Hanchey, Hilda Myers. 





m 

Lynn Dodge, President 



MEREDITH 
RECREATION 
ASSOCIATION 




New Gym? . . . everyone a mem- 
ber. . . . The body-builders, the 
weight-watchers, the fun-minded ac- 
tivists on campus find outlets in the 
diverse functions of the MRA. From 
the campus tour during Orientation 
Week to the fried chicken picnic in 
the Spring, this organization is bust- 
ling with activity. This year's Fac- 
ulty/Student ping-pong and tennis 
tournaments and Student/Faculty 
Night helped to unite the campus in 
its drive to keep physically fit. Al- 
though the basketball team suffered 
a totally defeated season, the highly 
successful Cornhuskin' and Stunt 
events were highlights of the year. 
Duchess Betty Duckworth and Duke 
Roger Crook reigned over the MRA- 
sponsored Play Day which brought 
the year to a colorful close . . . one 
of the big three . . . New Gym! 



First row: Beverly Barefoot, Jean Stafford. Second row: Diane Mitchell, 
Dwan Thomas, Susan Hauser, Mary Turner. Third row: Becky Kiser, 
Ruth Ann Walters. Fourth row: Carrie Frampton, Judy Ratley, Lynn 
Dodge. 



Ill 



OAK LEAVES 



Clacking of typewriters, clicking of brains . . . chaotic copy 
transformed into prosaic print. . . . The expressions of a versatile 
staff have become immortalized in the pages of the totally dif- 
ferent Oak Leaves 1968. Unusual settings and a smattering of 
adjectives have congealed to form a unique and successful publi- 
cation. The result is the preservation of 1968 through the faces 
and voices of Meredith College . . . racing Mr. Barbour through 
last minute sessions . . . tackling club write-ups ... the exultation 
of the finished product. 




Martha Ellen Walker, Editor 




Left to right: Editor Felton, Editor Gallehugh, Editor 
Tew, Editor Carraway, Editor Burgess, Editor Dixon. 



112 




Business Staff (clockwise): Jackie Boone, Ann Henry, 
Anne Bryan, Mary Jo Jewell, Curt Howard. 



Editorial Staff (clockwise): Nina Ellis, Judy Shep- 
herd, Ryllis Miller, Sue Hammons, Jeanne Spach, 
Dianne Yelton. 




i irMii^yags^i 




Editorial Staff (left to right): 
Dwan Thomas, Cherie Gulley, 
Clara Young, Anne Meekins, Edi- 
tor Perry, Nancy Yates, Margie 
Poore, June Buchanan, Gerry 
Futrelle, Brooks McGirt, Beverly 
Barefoot, Editor Vanderslice. 



113 



Waiting for the Muse to descend . . . pro- 
vocative ideas (but how to express them??). 
. . . The Acorn, literary magazine of the Mere- 
dith community, publishes the poetry, short 
stories, essays, and art work of students and 
others several times each year. The magazine 
welcomes the imaginative work of all com- 
munity members, and is especially receptive 
to creative and constructive innovations . . . 
wanderings and musings of the gray matter. . . . 
"The difference between the right word and 
almost the right word is the difference between 
lightning and a lightning bug." —Mark Twain 



THE ACORN 







Ellen Warren, Editor 







First row: Happy Neal, Chris Fecho, Ellen Warren, Libba Watkins, Cornelia Little. Second row: Martha Poage, Millicent 
Wood, Patsy Peacock, Ginger Hughey, Judy Ratley (Business Manager), Brenda Smith. 




Amateur journalists at work . . . collaborat- 
ing to meet the deadlines. . . . The Meredith 
newspaper is fighting passivity. The nucleus 
of The Twig, consisting of dedicated and de- 
termined thinkers, analyzes the Meredith situa- 
tion, past and present, and strives to evoke 
student response. Through probing editorials, 
humorous innovations, poignant cartoons, and 
absorbing columns these campus commenta- 
tors have produced a newspaper that demands 
more than a mere perusal. An endless cycle 
of beats, stories, pictures, ads, layouts, and 
proofs compose The Twig . . . the climax of 
publication . . . the return to the first Brewer 
sanctum to start again. 



THE TWIG 



Jane Leonard, Editor 




Seated: Seale Bagnal, Suzanne Guthrie (Business Manager), Jane Leonard, Ginger Hughey. Standing- 
Louise Watson, Susan Leath, Barbara Pritchard, Judy Kornegay, Belinda Smith, Bunny Hinkle, Anne 
Watson, Joy O'Berry. In tree: Barbara Bailey, Shera Jackson, Susan Soloway, Anne Stone, Betty Mc- 
Neill. 



115 




Ann Crockett, President 



PHI SOCIETY 



Officers: Top to bottom: Nancy Tyren, Sergeant-at-Arms; 
Karen Watson, Treasurer; Happy Neal, Publicity Chair- 
man; Kathy Goodall, Secretary; Bet Garrett, Vice-Presi- 
dent. 



116 



"Lead on O Philaretia Fair" . . . 
"Wear blue, wear white, be a Phi!" 
. . . Swelling enthusiasm and energy- 
marked this year for the Phis. The 
year began with folk music and fun 
at the fall freshman meeting and then 
a rocking and heart-warming party at 
Christmas with the Phis' own adopted 
cerebral palsy children. A ski trip to 
Switzerland was staged for the Supper 
Club, complete with skis and all. An 
exotic luau climaxed Rush Week, fea- 
turing a beloved hula dancer named 
Eads. And finally the week drew to a 
close with tears of happiness greeting 
new sisters, and smiles of friendship 
reuniting the old ones. This was a year 
of discovery — of new talent within the 
sisterhood and a year of realization — of 
the true meaning of the motto, "plain 
living and high thinking" . . . "Milton, 
the Philaretian, was a friendly bear" . . . 
"Brave Mother lead the way." 




1 j J 







ratfJ^ 




Title: "The Blue 
per Club. 



"Come on and sing with me, sing with me — P-H-I." 
Setting: The Wee Blu Inn, Plot: To "snow" the Freshmen at Phi Sup- 




117 




Betty Duckworth, President 



ASTRO SOCIETY 



"Astro, Mother Astro" . . . "sisters of the Gold 
and White." . . . The Astro Star represents the 
light of friendship and sisterhood within the com- 
munity. The Rhythm Kids spark notes of pride 
and joy in every Astro's heart. "Vittles 'n Fiddles" 
lit the flame of fun and co-operation which burned 
brilliantly throughout the year. Children's faces 
glowed when Santa arrived at the Christmas Party; 
while the Astros, attempting to learn new dance 
steps, beamed with delight. 

"All around the campus here" little Astro lights 
seem to sparkle especially during Rush. Their 
brightness increased with the welcoming of many 
new sisters on Decision Day. . . . "He builds too 
low — who builds beneath the stars" . . . challenging 
motto for every day . . . "catch an Astro Star and 
put it in your pocket — it will never fade away!" 




Left to right: Susan Roebuck, Secretary; Helen Rich, 
Vice-President; Camille Mendenhall, Song Leader; Cathy 
Walston, Treasurer; Mary Turner, Sergeant-at-Arms. 



118 






























H < 






\ 1 



"This little Astro light of mine. 




Astro Supper Club features "A Star Is Born 



119 




ALPHA RHO TAU 
ART CLUB 



Less is more . . . three 
psychedelically - wonderful 
days with Grove exploring art 
in Washington . . . cook-outs 
and a Christmas party. . . . 
The Art Club is the impetus 
for the display of creative 
energy on the Meredith cam- 
pus. Alpha Rho Tau has spon- 
sored such art-related func- 
tions as an informal "Careers 
Day" in the Hut during which 
students talked with experts 
in various fields of art . . . 
second semester-senior exhib- 
its .. . final blowout in the 
spring. 



First row: Puffy Carraway, Mary Ann Whitty, Jeannie Sams. Second row: Karen Baals, 
Grove Robinson (Advisor), Deedee Carroll McKenzie, Dolores Little, Paula Crosslands, 
Becky Thompson, Donna Cooper (President). Third row: Mary Charles Wheless, Barbara 
Jean Williams, Becky Snyder, Patty Tollefsrud, Jeanie Donaldson, Martha Ann Butler. 



AMERICAN GUILD 
OF ORGANISTS 



Feet getting tangled in new 
pedal exercises . . . the swell- 
ing beauty of a new Baldwin 
electronic. . . . The organ 
practice rooms become a 
haven for those fascinated by 
the starts and stops of this 
intricate instrument. Mere- 
dith's Organ Guild supplies 
some of the answers and in- 
sights for the full appreciation 
of organ music. These organ 
enthusiasts enjoy inspecting 
organs of nearby churches 
and attending and giving con- 
certs of their own on campus 
... an attraction for N. C. 
State music lovers . . . probing 
the pipes for the exact rank. 




Left to right: Anne Eulis, ?, Lou Ashby, Chuck Jones, Mr. Steven Young, Becky Hinson 
Dorothea Jones, Dr. Cooper, Ethel Creech, Jill Kidd, Vivian Risley. 



120 



I '\\ 1\\ 



l ; i J 



M ( 



vJfiW^* 




CANADY 
MATH 
CLUB 



First row: J. Sanford, S. Gibson, D. Edenfield, Dr. Davis (Ad- 
visor), T. Ayers, J. Buchanan. Second row: V. Tart, B. King, L. 
Mangum, D. Disher, R. Edmondson, B. Jones (President), K. Hug- 
gins, P. Edwards, D. Horton, S. Guthrie, N. Walters. Third row: 
S. Holder, A. Bryan, J. Ratley, A. Hill, S. Hauser, P. Wilson, J. 
Brandon, J. Wilson, M. Simms, B. Trader, S. Ulmer, C. Griffith, 
J. Levin, C. Howard, E. Godwin, S. Gulley. 




Booming enrollment . . . enthusiastic leadership 
by a new sponsor, Dr. Charles Davis. ... A lively 
gathering of seventy-five launched a new year of 
the Canaday Math Club. Through the auspices of 
North Carolina State University initial acquaint- 
ances with the vast opportunities in advanced 
studies and careers were made . . . revamping of 
the club constitution. . . . "Mathematics is the ex- 
citing structure of our existence and not just some- 
thing for the specialist." 



BARBER SCIENCE CLUB 



Blue-green algae . . . acid-stained white lab 
coats. . . . Anyone interested in the realm of the 
scientific discovers a fruitful experience as a mem- 
ber of the Barber Science Club. Beyond the test 
tubes and microscopes of the labs, the club has 
conducted field trips to the Washington Phosphate 
Mines, a wildlife refuge, and to Morehead Beach 
for a biological survey. Industrious guest speakers 
have discussed such topics as "Wood Ducks" and 
"Capsule Chemistry" . . . kitty corpses . . . the 
"mad" scientists. 



First row: Cathy Roberts, Virginia Young (leaning), 
Diane Parker (President), Dr. Sally Horner. Second row: 
Kathy Walston, Kathy Holden, Brucie Starkey, Dr. Mary 
Yarbrough (Advisor). Third row: Karen Walters, Gwenn 
Whitehurst, Lee Jernigan, Jean Stafford, Mr. James Eads. 
Advisor, Dr. John Yarbrough (not pictured). 



121 



COLTON 

ENGLISH 

CLUB 



Tea and crumpets at 4:30 . . . enthusiastic 
guidance by Dr. Knight. . . . One of the liveliest 
clubs on campus, the Colton English Club has 
a variety of interests centered on the literary. 
Club members entertain children at the Blind 
School weekly by reading anything from Mac- 
beth to "kiddie lit." Stimulating discussions 
at book teas, the book auction with Auctioneer 
Dean Peacock, and the annual banquet con- 
tribute to a purposeful club experience . . . 
future writers of the Great American Novel. . . . 
"Reading maketh a full man, conference a 
ready man, and writing an exact man" . . . 
— Bacon. 



Left to right, first row: Shan Pruitt, Ellen Warren, 
Martha Ellen Walker. Second row: Dr. Knight 
(Advisor), Mary Katherine Moffitt (President), Joy 
O'Berry. Third row: Peggy Noffsinger, Barbara 
Bailey, Brenda Smith, Anne Stone, Cathey Rodgers, 
Donna Wood, Nancy Mizelle. 




SIGMA 
ALPHA IOTA 



Music majors convening in the 
SAI room . . . mystical patronesses 
and eager pledges. . . . The one fra- 
ternity on the Meredith campus is 
complete with Pledge Week, rit- 
uals and pins. The sisters grow 
together in their devotion to music 
through their participating in 
musicals, attending conventions in 
Georgia and Chicago and fervently 
preparing for the visit of their 
province president. SAI's also host 
prospective freshman music majors 
while on campus for auditions . . . 
pledges survive another Slave 
Week . . . Beta Zeta. 




Left to right: Sue Wood, Anita Burt, Vivian Risley, Beth Porter, Judy Park, Linda 
Graham, Becky Hinson, Lynn Billington; (Mrs. Charlotte Schaible not pictured). 



122 




MAE GRIMMER 

GRANDDAUGHTERS' 

CLUB 



Representing Meredith's third 
generation . . . preserving the col- 
lege traditions. . . . The Grand- 
daughters' Club is a social club 
for those girls whose mothers or 
grandmothers attended Meredith. 
With Mrs. Margaret Martin as 
their sponsor, the club aids with 
alumnae affairs and plans for the 
big May Day Breakfast ... ac- 
cumulating 3,000 bricks to build 
a patio . . . preparing Seniors for 
future roles as alumnae. 



Seated, left to right: Mrs. Martin (Advisor), Pam Parrish, Mary Helen Simms, 
Margaret Flagler, Betty Brewer, Suzanne Guthrie, Lynda Barker, Kathy Kidd, 
Mary Neil Senter, Laurie Cocker, Geni Tull, Ann Peterson, Teenie Sink, Cathy 
Woodbury. Standing: Mary Stuart Parker, Beverly Easter, Happy Neal (Presi- 
dent), Ruthie Barker, Ann Robertson, Glenda Warren, Eva Neel, Betty Boyette, 
Anne Bryan, Rachel Shaw, Sally Gudger. 



HOME ECONOMICS CLUB 



Club members: J. Alexander (President), L. Avery, P. Beck, C. Barrett, J. Boone, N. Boyd, J. Bridgen, J. Briles, J. Brum- 
ley, D. Burgess, G. Clarke, R. Cline, J. Craven, C. Critcher, B. Curtis, J. Davenport, B. Dees, C. Fecho, G. Felton, M. 
Flagler, M. Ford, S. George, T. Gerringer, A. Hammond, F. Hayes, C. Herring, N. Herring, E. Holt, G. Hoyt, J. Hubbard, 
K. Hyland, E. Johnson, K. Johnson, L. Johnson, M. Johnson, B. King, J. Lamm, L. McRae, J. Mallard, M. Milland, J. Mi- 
zel, R. Montgomery, M. Moody, H. Neal, A. Oakley, G. Owens, P. Parrish, K. Queen, H. Rich, D. Robinson, C. Sessoms, 
M. Shipp, B. Smith, Beth Smith, H. Smith, K. Smith, P. Smith, K. Stigal, A. Stroud, M. Tew, J. Thomas, C. Tutterow, R. 
Walters, M. Westphal, S. Williams, P. Williamson, J. Wolf, N. Yates, Mrs. Stuber (Advisor). 




"But Home Ec. is a 24- 
hour a day job . . ." 67 
members learning that 
Home Ec. is more than 
just cooking and sew- 
ing. . . . Through the '67 
program theme, "Head 
Start toward Your Pro- 
fession," the Home Eco- 
nomics Club has shown 
the versatility and wide 
scope of the field. Proj- 
ects of the year included 
dressing dolls for the 
Salvation Army, spon- 
soring bake sales, and 
buying a new mixer for 
the Home Management 
House . . . home-made 
refreshments at every 
meeting . . . finding the 
way to a man's heart. 



123 



HOOFPRINT 
CLUB 



Posting through the pud- 
dles . . . Meredith's eques- 
triennes. . . . Enthusiasm and 
riding skill are the mutual 
attributes of the members of 
the riding club. The club's 
agenda includes the North 
Carolina Championship Horse 
Show in the fall, the May Day- 
show on campus, and a va- 
riety of speakers and films. 
True communication between 
horse and rider reaches its 
peak at the annual Christmas 
party and on 5:30 Breakfast 
Rides on balmy spring morn- 
ings . . . steeple-chasing any- 
one? ... a stable organization. 



INTERNATIONAL 

RELATIONS 

CLUB 



Learning from first hand 
sources . . . broadening our 
views of basic issues. . . . The 
members of the IRC have 
met representatives from the 
embassies of China, England, 
Germany, and France. Dis- 
covering the significance of all 
countries in the world situa- 
tion is the goal . . . enough 
activities to challenge every 
interest ... a fascinating year. 




Left to right, standing: Bobbie Barnes, Carolyn Ellis, Ann Hill, Diane Hill, Susan Hauser, 
Gwen Whitehurst, Mary Turner, Mary Ann Westphal, Pat Sterling, Dwan Thomas, Rachel 
Blanton, Beverly Barefoot, Mrs. Edwards (Advisor), Mrs. Bozick, Jeannie Sams. Seated: 
Jean Stafford, Diane Parker (President), Becky Snyder, Kyn Dellinger, Sharon Lahser. 




Left to right: Ginger Anderson, Julianne Parham, Ginger Hughey, Barbara Mabe, 
Dudley Howard (President), Yetive Baucom, Ann Crocket, Jane Brookshire, 
Charlotte Gantt. Front: Arden Perry. 



124 



First row: Patsy James, Ginger Cheek (President), Jeanne Spach, Anne Pretlow, 
W. R. Ledford (Advisor). Second row: Marti Davis, Barbara McNeill, Susan 
Hernley, Paula Ward. Third row: Fair Merriman, Joy Johnson, Janice Burns, 
Ellen Webb, Debbie McShane, Ronnie Niston, Louise Foster, Brenda Pierce. 




LES AMIES 
FRANCAISE 



Permittons-nous de vous presenter Les Amies 
Franchises . . . Danielle de Ville d'Avray ... La 
table frangaise — manger et parler en francais . . . 
Joyeux Noel et Bonne Annee en France! . . . 
"Quik" at Christmas . . . Cuisine frangaise — la 
madelaine, le cadeau d'orange, le cafe, les petits 
chocolats . . . Meeting "native" Frenchmen at 
L'Alliance Frangaise . . . Many visits to Paris via 
slides . . . au revoir. 



LA TERTULIA 
SPANISH CLUB 

Spain and South of the Border 
. . . breaking the pinata. . . . 
Guests from Spanish-speaking 
countries broaden cultural out- 
looks of these language enthus- 
iasts. Communication in Span- 
ish is a challenging medium. 
Slides from many countries and 
discussions based on personal 
experiences supply exciting in- 
sights and journeys to the 
realms of the Spanish. "Cielito 
Lindo" with guitar and accord- 
ian . . . fun-filled fiestas. 




First row: Virginia McClung, Susan Flora, Mrs. Gatling (Ad- 
visor), Donna Williams. Second row: Linda Hollingsworth, Suz- 
anne Ware, Libba Watkins. Third row: Linda Mashburn (Presi- 
dent), Jessie Dixon, Teenie Sink. 



125 



MONOGRAM 
CLUB 



"Big Jocks" of Meredith . . . honorary or- 
ganization. . . . The big burgundy "M" worn 
by the members of the Monogram Club sym- 
bolizes their active participation in a variety 
of sports and activities. These girls become 
members of the club when they earn one thou- 
sand points through playing in both group and 
individual sports. For every five hundred 
points after they become a member, a charm 
is awarded. Their key to victory is persistence. 
These sports enthusiasts accumulate points in 
tennis, volleyball, basketball, hockey, riding, 
and hiking (ten points per mile) . . . Superb 
physical fitness . . . athletic prowess . . . and 
just plain fun. 



Jean Stafford 
Lynn Dodge 



Judy Ratley Dennis Byrd 

Ann Hill 
Patty Tollefsrud, President 




"Hey, teacher, you can't 
give us this assignment; we 
have a ballgame tonight." . . . 
"Teaching is leaving a vestige 
of oneself in the development 
of another." . . . The NEA is 
both of these ideas and more. 
The NEA convenes for five 
meetings with their mentor, 
Miss Bell, who tries to make 
teachers of the fifty-five mem- 
bers. Senior members share 
their student teaching ex- 
periences, excellent speakers 
serve as inspirations, and then 
the future teachers strike out 
on their own . . . lesson plans 
and bulletin boards ... a re- 
warding experience. 



NEA 




Left to right: W. Lindsay, B. Neville, T. Sink, D. Mitchell, A. Harter, B. J. Wil- 
liams, J. Wright, L. Watkins, R. Kaiser, D. Bennett, A. Dulin, M. Owens, N. 
Hanchey, D. Wood, A. Hrabanak, B. Eatman, B. Smith, M. Wood (President), 
E. Welborn, C. Evans, A. Stroud, M. Poage, S. Norman, Miss Bell (Advisor), S. 
Chapman, V. Jones. 



126 




PLAYHOUSE 



"Exit stage left" . . . "Where's the 
prompter?" . . . These are the by- 
words for one of the most active 
groups on campus, the Meredith Col- 
lege Playhouse, sponsored by Mrs. 
Ruth Ann Phillips. Under her direc- 
tion, the Playhouse presented "It 
Should Happen to a Dog," an up- 
dated version of Jonah and the 
whale, during the fall semester. 
"Royal Gambit," a story of Henry 
VIII and his wives, will be the spring 
presentation. Production of plays is 
not the only activity of the Play- 
house; many of them also take an 
active part in Reader's Theater, 
chapel programs, and Stunt . . . 
"Break a leg" . . . the tragediennes 
and comediennes of Meredith. 



First row: Ann McCarty, Bet Garrett. Second row: Mrs. Phillips (Advisor), 
Sarah Jo Cherry, Cornelia Little, Grace Hoyt. Third row: Betty Bryant, Karen 
Dalton (President). 






■"*Ts 




PSYCHOLOGY 
CLUB 



Our psychiatric ward on campus . . . prob- 
ing the intellect. ... In order to understand 
more fully the human mind and human 
behavior, the club has guest speakers and 
films on topics of interest not only to the 
club members, but also to the student body 
as a whole. Being in this club has given 
the members knowledge and the desire to 
serve humanity . . . exchanging ideas . . . 
finding direction. 



Seated: Ann Batten, Seale Bagnal. Second row: 
Peggy Myers, Dr. Blanton (Advisor), Libba 
Watkins. Third row: Anne Watson, Beverly 
Barefoot, Dwan Thomas, Betty Bryant. 

President, Bet Garrett (not pictured). 



127 



SOCIOLOGY 
CLUB 

From Plato to Merton . . . 
engendering social aware- 
ness. . . . The Sociology 
Club, sponsored by Dr. Les- 
lie Syron, points up the 
problems plaguing society 
and projects possible solu- 
tions. An Open House this 
year enlightened future so- 
cial workers of interesting 
employment opportunities 
within the community. 
Club members also delved 
into social services within 
the Headstart program, the 
Welfare department and 
migrant aid projects. The 
"Sosh" Club further studies 
the current trends and con- 
ditions within the Raleigh 
area for a personal insight 
into social interaction . . . 
socialization with Dr. Tuck- 
er and his family . . . inter- 
est rejuvenated ... by new 
male prof? 




Left to ri 



m, first row: Carole Evans (President). Second row. Mary Owens, Betty White, 
Helms, Binky Rawlinson, Mary Harper Freeman. Third row: Elaine Welborn Susan Ray, Martha 
Bray Betty Golding, Donna Haire, Brenda Sizemore, Diane Mitchell, Donna Hanson, Judy Wright 
Fourth row: Ann Harter, Martha-Gatlin Phillips, Donna VonCannon, Martha Poage, Millicent 
Wood, Mary Marshall Marks, Barbara Neville. 



YOUNG 

REPUBLICANS 

CLUB 



Campaign posters and 
victory parties . . . new 
spurt of energy . . . "BYE, 
BYE BIRDIES!" was the 
battle cry for the "GO 
Party" as club members 
sponsored speakers on cam- 
pus this year. Ranging 
from gubernatorial hopeful 
John Stickley to Dr. John 
East, a professor at East 
Carolina and a candidate 
for Secretary of State, the 
speakers made 1967-68 an 
eventful year for the 
"grand old party" on the 
Meredith campus. . . . State 
Convention hostesses . . . 
"never say die" . . . awaken- 
ing of student interest in 
the political environment. 




Standing: Barbara Perry, Ellen Webb, Linda Gallehugh, Julie Ballou. First row: Barbara Lee 
Lvnne Boggus, Joan Meeks, Teresa Creagh, Susan Hauser, Gerry Futrell^ Virginia Young (Co 
Chan-man) g Mary Ann Hester. Second row: Martha Ellen Walker Rachel Blanton > Carrie Framp 
ton, Betty Duckworth, Linda Hollingsworth. Co-Chairman, Carolyn Langhorne (not pictured). 



128 



TOMORROW'S BUSINESS WOMEN 

gsa?sss&«aaas ^ D &it , iJSSS5!:'(g5XiS uire "' Beth johnson - ™ rs - parnei1 - K £&rss» 




Monthly meetings at the 
Alumnae House. . . . Christ- 
mas mailing list project. . . . 
Tomorrow's Business 
Women seeks to promote 
and encourage interest in 
business and economics. 
Guided by this year's 
theme, "Galaxy of Busi- 
ness," the members pur- 
sued interesting ideas and 
areas through a field trip 
to Wachovia and a fashion 
show at Burton's. A variety 
of guest speakers further 
enhanced the business 
world for Meredith's future 

tycoons "What, another 

re-take for the annual??" 
... a future of analyzing 
the stock market on groc- 
ery bags. 




YOUNG 

DEMOCRATS 

CLUB 



Meetings in the Hut . . . 
fighters of apathy. . . . Each 
year members of the Mere- 
dith YDC attend the Young 
Democrats Convention in 
Greensboro and entertain 
such dynamic speakers as 
Mrs. Nancy Chase, a mem- 
ber of North Carolina's 
House of Representatives. 
YD's avidly campaigned for 
Melville Broughton and 
Bob Scott and topped off 
the year with the Jefferson- 
Jackson Day Dinner in the 
spring ... the better in- 
formed voters of tomorrow 
. . . College Federation . . . 
Vote Democratic. 



StTotfTM^'i 1 !'- Ju L iw ?2? p "ham (President), Delila Edenfield, Elaine McNeill, Jo Ann 
crook, Betty McNeill, Alice Smith. Second row: Ann Henry, Martha Bray. 



129 



ENSEMBLE 



Meredith's Rockettes . . . accom- 
panists to formal dinners. . . . 
Eleven lilting voices blend in a 
Brahms anthem or the traditional 
"Stille Nacht" under the expert 
direction of Miss Beatrice Donley. 
The Ensemble is noted for its out- 
standing performances on campus 
and in other cities and states. Typi- 
fying the Meredith image, the girls 
have been gracious hostesses and 
delightful guests in any situation 
... the aim — to spread music and 
Meredith ... the hope — to begin 
a grand tour to Toronto, Canada. 




Miss Beatrice Donley, Director; Fair Merriman (seated), Camille Mendenhall, 
Anita Burt, Charlotte Schaible, Margaret Martin, Sue Wood, Patsy Peacock, 
Deborah Ingram, Betty Duckworth, Judy Park, Linda Graham, Judy Ratley. 



CHORUS 



Rushing to chapel to inspire a 
congregation . . . stumbling 
through a sight-reading session to 
master new music. . . . Thus, the 
demanding pace of the chorus con- 
tinues as it brings the delight of 
music to the Meredith community. 
Under the flamboyant, skillful di- 
rection of Mrs. Jane Sullivan, the 
chorus travels far and wide sing- 
ing on tours and taping programs 
for both radio and television. On 
campus, the chorus presents the 
annual Christmas concert and, this 
year, sang before the Board of 
Trustees. Robing room mix-ups, 
exam-time sextets, and special con- 
certs the night before the one 
biology quiz of the semester add a 
note of the unpredictable to the 
busy life of a chorus member . . . 
the ecstasy of a perfect B minor 
chord . . . the thrill of an audi- 
ence's applause ... or their even 
more powerful silence. 




First row: Mrs. Jane Sullivan, Director; L. Sears, C. Price, J. Boone, G. Best, 
P. Osborne, G. Owens, B. Hinson, E. Neel, E. Creech. Second row: L. Vann, B. 
Eatman, J. Ratley, A. Sullivan, S. Guthrie, N. Hanchey, C. Gulley, C. Jenrette, 
P. Peacock, N. Byrn, B. McGirt, L. Dula. Third row: A. Crawford, M. Simms, 
P. Maiden, A. McCormick, N. Tyren, L. Graham, K. Knott, J. Wright, S. Wood, 
A. Burt, H. Neal, C. Mendenhall. Fourth row: M. Dandridge, J. Bridgen, R. Mil- 
ler, A. Pridgen, L. Pearce, J. Park, N. Stroud, B. Lee, D. Jones, K. Coghill, M. 
Alexander, C. Tutterow. Fifth row: D. Ingram, N. Nance, L. Billington, G. Hender- 
son, J. Kidd, C. Lowder, D. Yelton, J. Lockman, B. Rudd, B. Porter, C. Schaible, 
F. Merriman. 



130 




DAY STUDENTS 



Swapping recipes for a current best seller . . . 
a friendly bond between campus and commun- 
ity. . . . Maids and matrons from Raleigh, Dur- 
ham, Chapel Hill, and points between convene 
in the madcap atmosphere of the Day Student 
Room. Smoke-congested meetings set the scene 
for the planning of traditional Day Student 
affairs: the Christmas party, the luncheon in the 
spring, the Hamburger Feast in the Hut, and the 
welcoming of in-coming students on May Day 
weekend. Surviving on Bee Hive sandwiches and 
coffee, the commuting student becomes a vital 
part of campus life . . . the sacred shrine of the 
study room . . . constant re-decoration of their 
haven on Second Johnson. 



Left to right: Patsy Eddins, Secretary; Kathy 
Holden, Treasurer; Alma Jo Hall, President. 



Left to right: Frances Sumner, Arnhilda Gonzalez, Carol Lemley, Alicia Butler, Kyleen Graybeal, Jo Paylor, 
Ruth-Ann Callis, Peggy Barbee, Evan Aretakis, Janet Bell, Candy Gribble, Pam Puryear. 




131 



been 



IT'S WHAT'S HAPPENING 

■Qua \o A Ucjk ^L 

cancel g,ci 

The Meredith girl is constantly influenced by 
the current events, issues and opinions of people 
in the limelight. The expressions of the world 
politico-social situation are vital topics. 

The Vietnam War has shaken seminar dis- 
cussions from the realm of philosophies to the 
grim facts of reality. Our abstract discussions 
of Communist aggression and modern atomic war- 
fare have become tinged with personal sympa- 
thies and involvements. As the ever-changing 
draft laws fluctuate, pin-mates, fiances, sisters, 
and wives have begun to take intense interest 
in Q.P.'s, number of hours, war escalation, local 
draft boards and signs of the zodiac. 

Over 17,000 American men have died thus far 
in the Vietnam War. It is difficult to review this 
war objectively, however, as it is still a current 
and most potent issue. . . . And now President 
Johnson has decided not to run. 

Our generation, like every one before it, con- 
siders itself unique. The individualism of the 
60's has manifested itself in the "Hippie Move- 
ment" which epitomizes our non-conforming, 
mini-skirted generation. Its psychedelic appeals 
of "flower power" and "make love not war" have 
ushered in such phenomena as love-ins, trip-ins, 
sleep-ins, strip-ins, yip-ins, laugh-ins, hip-ins, 
be-ins, step-ins, walk-ins, drive-ins. . . . 

On April 4th, Dr. Martin Luther King, the 
voice of Negro non-violence in America, was as- 
sassinated in Memphis, Tennessee. A curfew, 
road blocks, the blazing Raleigh skyline were 
symbols of a city on the rampage. Some of us 
were shaken with a sense of guilt and horror. 
Yet were we horrified enough to alter our pris- 
tine lives with compassionate understanding and 
action? Were we really Soul Brothers? 

Incipient southern republicanism; a future 
trend? With the names of Jim Gardner and John 
Stickley leading the North Carolina pachyderms, 
and Romney, Rockefeller, and Reagan dominat- 
ing the national minority party, is the GOP 
headed for another South Sea Bubble or a resur- 
rection? 

England's recent announcement of the devalua- 



tion of the pound from $2.80 to $2.40, has met 
with serious repercussions. With a dwindling 
empire and staggering lack of confidence in 
Labour Prime Minister Wilson, Great Britain 
faces a satellite status to the U.S. 

With the rage beginning in London, girls all 
over the world have starved themselves and 
sassooned their hair aspiring to the world of Twig- 
gydom; paradoxically, Cass of the Mamas and 
the Papas, big-time-loser of the battle of the 
bulges, has capitalized on her balloonish charms. 

The seizure of the U.S. intelligence ship, 
Pueblo, by North Korean patrol boats has fo- 
mented international frustration and awkward- 
ness demanding supreme diplomacy. This episode 
will most probably provide future History 451 
students with a new mystery project. 

Across the nation programs of "Institutional 
Co-operation" have been launched to pool the 
resources of neighboring universities and col- 
leges. This enlightenment has brought about the 
demise of the strictly all-male and all-female 
institution, seen as State men enter the virginal 
halls of Meredith. 

Attention has been focused on the outcome of 
heart transplants in South Africa and the United 
States. The 1968 medical achievements portend 
possible future brain transplants from which 
it is hoped that Charles deGaulle might receive 
benefit. 

Music tastes of the time have favored "Ode to 
Billy Joe" by Bobbie Gentry. Generations of the 
future will no doubt be plagued, as we have been, 
by that piercing question, "Just what did Billie 
Joe McAllister throw off the Tallahatchie bridge?" 
The nouveau-realistic style of this song has ex- 
tended into other fields of art as "Bonnie and 
Clyde" and "The Graduate" have become the top 
box-office attractions. Scarlett O'Hara has again 
purged our Southern sentiment with the re- 
release of "G.W.T.W." The Beatles' "Sergeant 
Pepper's Lonely Hearts' Club Band" has been a 
top-selling album. 

On the Meredith campus, the skeletal frame 
of the Carlyle Campbell Library is nearing 
completion, the Hut has become a coffee house 
and the Gym is still temporary. 

The college year has been marked by the 
bizarre, the banal and the beautiful. What has 
turned the Meredith girl on? — Paul Newman 
posters, graffiti, LSD, the "Taste of New Wine," 
and young male professors. From Raleigh race 
riots to a new 6-cent postage stamp, the "happen- 
ings" of the world have had meaningful expres- 
sions on the Meredith campus. 



Mr. Dailey Derr, Instructor oj Political Science. 





The library gets its start with Dr. Campbell at the shovel. 



"Twiggy II" — the maxi-fad. 






Jesse Helms, commentator, 
speaks on "Censorship in the 
News Media." 



TOP: Guest lecturer, Sam Ragan, discusses "The 
Courts and Obscenity." 

ABOVE: Ivor Richard, British Labourite, visits cam- 
pus. 



Dr. Theodore Ropp, author-professor, examines 
"Censorship and War." 




Costumed extravaganza . . . the pursuit of the 
pumpkin. . . . Halloween comes to Meredith and 
brings with it Cornhuskin'. This tradition ushers 
in class and faculty competition in costume, song, 
tall tale, apple-bobbing, corn huskin' and hog-call- 
ing events. The Seniors carried away highest hon- 
ors this year; the Juniors placed second . . . apples 
for all ... a total campus caper. 



CORNHUSKIN' 




Freshmen flowers participate in their first Cornhuskin'. 




Sandra Vernon and Louise Watson win 'huskin' competition for Juniors. 



134 



1 * 1 




l - m 1 
■••■■■ 

;«1 





Mrs. Allen broadcasts for Station 
WLSD. 




Pam Pernell and Tony McKinney ham it up as 
Robin Hood and Maid Marion with Little John 
trailing. 




Jeannie E. Leonard as Senior Bookworm. 



STUNT 



"The roar of the grease paint" . . . four 
smash hits. . . . Another annual phenomenon 
at Meredith is Stunt, for which each class 
writes, directs and produces an original 
production. This year, the two winning 
Stunts, Senior and Junior, were presented 
for Parents' Weekend. With outstanding 
costumes, elaborate sets and superb acting, 
Stunt 1967 soared to new heights . . . dress 
rehearsal panic before faculty critics . . . 
the finale — capturing the trophy. 




Santa Watson tries to explain the true meaning of Christmas. 




World leaders of the Junior production, "Suit Dispute," take a bow. 



136 



^>« 




Seniors present "Geisha Gambit-or-That's the Way the Fortune Cookie Crumbles" — A spy spoof. 




Chinese villain Walker puts the make on 
Secret Agent Perry. 



Pre-decision tension of Stunt night is eased by the performance of the 
Ensemble. 




"T'is the season to be jolly" . . . Chorus con- 
certs with candles and evergreen. . . . Christ- 
mas comes but once a year and every Meredith 
girl begins preparing for it weeks in advance. 
Dorm rooms are transformed by tinsel, sequined 
ornaments, and ribbon. Johnson Hall becomes 
the art department's studio as a huge Christmas 
tree and decorations appear. 

The climax of the season comes with the 
Christmas Banquet and caroling which follows. 
The Kitchen Staff prepares the banquet and 
entertains with Christmas carols. Full of Christ- 
mas cheer and bursting with song, Meredith 
girls board buses to spread good tidings to the 
faculty and their families . . . vesper service . . . 
the quiet and solemn reminder of the funda- 
mental meaning of Christmas. 



RELIGIOUS 
EMPHASIS WEEK 



The college at worship . . . renowned 
figures "speak the truth in love." . . . 
Religious Emphasis Week, February 5-9, 
featured Dr. Jack Noffsinger, Mr. Edgar 
Christman, and Dr. Charles Boddie 
interpreting the theme "New Wine." 
The Coffeehouse had its grand opening 
and was put to good use with daily 
films and discussion groups. Two of the 
highlights of the week were the Tonight 
Show supper club and the Trip, a 
psychedelic journey, staged in the attic 
of Poteat . . . morning collects and a 
book display ... a faith-expanding ex- 
perience. 



138 




Mr. Edgar Christman. 



FOUNDERS' DAY 



Proud of the past . . . secure in the future. . . . 
Meredith celebrated its 77th Founder's Day ob- 
servance on February 27. The ceremony began 
with a processional of the Faculty and the Senior 
Class in regalia accompanied by the Chorus and 
instrumental ensemble. The invocation was 
given by John Wesley Lambert, pastor of St. 
John's Baptist Church in Raleigh. Shearon 
Harris, chairman of the Meredith Board of Asso- 
ciates, addressed the convocation on the topic, 
"To Sway the Minds of Men" . . . ticklish mortar- 
board tassels. . . . "We Build Our School on Thee 
O Lord." 





CONTINUING 
GROWTH- 
PROSPECTIVE 
PLANS 



Above: Weatherspoon Physical 
Education Building. 



Left: Proposed Dormitory. 



139 



"AND GLADLY WOLDE HE LERNE AND GLADLY TECHE." 

Chaucer 




FACULTY 



In Mt mortam 




quentin o. McAllister 

Professor of Foreign Languages 
"Meredith, as a liberal arts college, should not 
be in the business of vocational training. Our 
task is to educate girls to become young adults 
capable of enjoying and appreciating the 
advantages offered by our civilization, and 
capable in their turn of contributing to that 
civilization. Of course, we do succeed in 
turning out well-prepared social workers, 
teachers, artists, etc., but this is really inci- 
dental to the true purpose of the liberal arts 
education, the total development of the 
individual." 

— Dr. McAllister 



CAROLYN P. POOLE 

Instructor of English 

"Gentle were her manners; gay was her 

laughter; and sudden were her tears." 

W. W. FlNLATOR 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES 

L. M. Massey, Chairman 

C. C. Cameron, Vice Chairman 

E. L. Rankin, Secretary 

Elizabeth D. Reid, Assistant Secretary 



TERMS EXPIRE DECEMBER 31, 1968 TERMS EXPIRE DECEMBER 31, 1970 

Edwin S. Coates Raleigh 

R. W. Kicklighter Elizabeth City 

L. M. Massey Zebulon 

Donald G. Myers Reidsville 

Mary C. Norwood Goldsboro 

W. Roy Poole Kinston 

W. Fred Williams Greensboro 



C. C. Barefoot 
Charles B. Deane 
lone K. Knight 
J. R. Noffsinger 
E. L. Rankin, Jr. 
Jack A. Sneeden 
Henry Turlington 



Benson 

Rockingham 

Madison 

Winston-Salem 

Raleigh 

Wilmington 

Chapel Hill 



TERMS EXPIRE DECEMBER 31, 1971 



TERMS EXPIRE DECEMBER 31, 1969 



Douglas Aldrich 
Raymond A. Bryan 
C. C. Cameron 
Elizabeth J. Dotterer 
Hayden B. Hayes 
Elizabeth D. Reid 
E. T. Rollins, Jr. 



Gastonia 
Goldsboro 
Charlotte 
Sanford 
Hickory 
Raleigh 
Durham 



Bunah L. Clark 
Eleanor L. Davis 
Basil Hill 
Bertram A. Jones 
Seby B. Jones 
Joe Savage 
O. Meredith Smaw 
W. H. Trentman 
Straughan H. Watkins 



Asheville 

Winston-Salem 

Roxboro 

Raleigh 

Raleigh 

Spring Hope 

New Bern 

Raleigh 

Henderson 



HONORARY LIFE MEMBER 
W. H. Weatherspoon, Raleigh 



143 



'Never ceasing to give" 
'Ambitious undertakings" . . . 

DR. E. BRUCE HEILMAN 
PRESIDENT 




144 




Louise E. Fleming, Dean of Students 




Leishman A. Peacock, Dean of the College 



145 



Joe Baker, Business Manager 




Mary Bland Josey, Registrar 





OFFICE OF ADMISSIONS: Left to right: Kay Cockerhair 
Sue Ennis, Director; Nancy Cook, Mary Hamilton. 




OFFICE OF DEVELOPMENT: Left to right: Bud 
Bailey, Donna Winstead, Carolyn Robinson, John 
Kanipe, Director. 




feBtaZ 



ASSISTANT DEANS OF STUDENTS: Lucille Peak, 
Elizabeth Jones, Catherine Whittaker. 




ALUMNAE STAFF: Left to right: Evelyn Posey, Margaret 
Martin, Kate Matthews, Elizabeth Ponton. 



DIETITIAN AND ASSISTANTS: Left to right: Mattie Bell, 
Harriet Holler, Josephine Booth, Elizabeth Rice, Helen Bell. 




%f?^ 




LIBRARY STAFF: Left to right: Hannah Carter, Dorothy 
McCombs, Hazel Baity, Jane Greene, Virginia Pruden. 



147 



t 



sr 



Charles Parker, 
College Minister 





HOUSE DIRECTOR'S OFFICE: Frances Thorne, 
Director; Lucille Dandridge, Assistant. 



Harry Simmons, 
Maintenance Supervisor 



OFFICE OF PUBLIC RELATIONS AND 
INFORMATION: Left to right: Connie 
Pittman, Faye Humphries, Director; Fran 
Trexler, Betty McNeill, Suzanne Wil- 
liams. 




148 




Raymond "Pops" Herndon, Night Watchman. 



SECRETARIES TO ADMISSIONS OFFICE: Left to right: 
Tecsi Slate, Sharon Hart, Gail Cannady. 



149 




BUSINESS OFFICE STAFF: 
Left to right: Margaret Johnson, 
Pauline Gay, Virginia Scarboro, 
Lynn Reiger, Gwen Davis. 



INFIRMARY STAFF: Left to 
right: Edna Hurst, Dr. William 
Senter, Lucy Saunders. 




Postmistress Hinsley. 



MEREDITH SUPPLY STORE: Left to right: Betty Johnson, Addie 
Thomas (in rear), Dru Hinsley, Ruth Gower. 



ADMINISTRATION 
AGGREGATION 




151 




BIOLOGY 55 



James H. Eads, Paul E. Smith, John Yarbrough. 



BUSINESS & 

ECONOMICS 






Left to right: Evelyn P. Simmons, Lois Frazier, Annie C. Parnell. L i s Frazier, Head 




Mary Yarbrough, Sally M. Horner 

CHEMISTRY & PHYSICS 



Mary Yarbrough, Head 



153 



EDUCATION 

David R. Reveley, Head 





Mary Lynch Johnson, Head 



Left to right: Mary Lynch Johnson, Letitia Hamill, lone K. Knight, Elizabeth 
S. Chamberlain, Norma Rose, Margaret M. Gooch, Susan H. Gilbert. 



ENGLISH 



154 




FOREIGN LANGUAGES 



Left to right: Joelle P. Gatling, Nona J. Short, William R. Ledford, Acting Head; Doreen 
Saxe, Jacqueline B. Beza, Suzanne H. Freund. 





Sarah M. Lemmon, Head 



HISTORY 




Seated: Carolyn B. Grubbs, Nancy Carroll, Sarah M. Lemmon. 
Standing: Thomas C. Parramore, Frank L. Grubbs, Carolyn Hap- 
per. 



155 




Charles A. Davis, Head 



MATH 



Left to right: 
Joan B. Troy 
Dorothy K. Preston 
Charles Davis 
Martha L. Bouknight 
La Rose Spooner 




U4 




Left to right: Marilyn M. Stuber, Kay Friedrich, Virginia Swain, Margaret 
Clark. 



HOME ECONOMICS 



156 



MUSIC 

Harry E. Cooper, Head 




Left to right: James Clyburn, Stuart Pratt, Beatrice E. Donley, Phyllis W. 
Garriss, Stephen E. Young, Jane W. Sullivan, Frances Barbour, Harry E. 
Cooper, Isabelle Haeseler. 



! 


1 

Jm^BBk tw W raff 



" f ' r LC 


1^* Jm 

• 



Jay D. Massey, Head 



P.E. 



EQUITATION 



ff P i* 



m 




Le/t to right: 
Frances Stevens, 
Janie S. Archer, 
Helena W. Allen. 



Mary M. Edwards astride, Donna LeRoy 
standing. 




PSYCHOLOGY 




Gloria H. Blanton, Head 



RELIGION 




m 



Left to right: 

Bernard H. Cochran 
J. Henry Coffer, Jr. 
Roger H. Crook 
Ralph E. McLain 



Ralph E. McLain, Head 




158 



Ruth B. Phillips 



SPEECH 



SOCIOLOGY & 

GEOGRAPHY 



Left to right: 

Frances W. Lassiter 
Charles R. Tucker 
Vergean R. Birkin 
Leslie W. Syron 





Leslie W. Syron, Head 



159 



ALICE IN WONDERLAND 



The land of cherry tarts revisited . . . forty-four-year-old 
Happening. ... On April 4, 1968, Jones Auditorium became 
the scene of Alice's land of wonder. Cavorting professors and 
staff projected Lewis Carroll's masterpiece into an unforget- 
table panorama of color, surprise, and sheer delight. Dignified 
Ph.D.'s brought down the house as they portrayed the Cheshire 
Cat, the King and Queen of Hearts, the White Rabbit, Humpty 
Dumpty, and many other unique characters. The humor, the 
artistic style, and the celebrated personalities of Meredith's 
gifted faculty remain unrivalled after this, their eleventh, pro- 
duction . . . once every college generation ... an extraordinary 
performance by an extraordinary faculty and administration. 







m 



'M 



tft£ 




160 



vjr 



) 



\ 




FREE-LANCE 
FACULTY 




161 



DIRECTORY 



SENIORS 
Alexander, Judith, 1923 Ferncliff Road, Charlotte 
Allsbrook, Sherry, 114 Overstreet Drive, Enfield 
Arakas, Mary Demetra, 228 Midland Dr., Asheville 
Ayers, Theresa, RFD 2, Williamston 
Baals, Karen, 245 James River Dr., Newport News, Va. 
Bagnal, Seale, 225 Haynsworth St., Sumter, S. C. 
Bailey, Mrs. Mary Anne, 23 V 2 Shepherd St., Raleigh 
Bailey, Barbara, 207 Country Club Dr., New Bern 
Barbee, Dudley Womble, Yaupon Beach, Southport 
Baucom, Yetive Page, 404 Hilltop Ave., Garner 
Bell, Sarah Louise, 2307 Clark Ave., Raleigh 
Bennett, Dixie, Rt. 1, Box 98, Ash 
Boisky, Mrs. Jean Honeycutt, 93 Edgewood Circle, 

N.E., Concord 
Boyd, Nancy Kay, 129 S. Irving St., Arlington, Va. 
Bradley, Rebecca Martin, 3011 Eton Road, Raleigh 
Bradsher, Sandy, 701 Gatling St., Windsor 
Braswell, Charlotte, 211 N. White St., Gastonia 
Bray, Martha Alice, 302 West 18th St., Lumberton 
Brewer, Mrs. Ruthie, Third St., Wendell 
Burks, Patsy, 3078 Bonhurst Dr., Winston-Salem 
Butler, Martha Ann, 603 Lake Boone Trail, Raleigh 
Carraway, Puffy, 501 Brackenridge Ave., Norfolk, Va. 
Carroll, Deedee, 416 Sycamore St., Weldon 
Chapman, Susan, 216 Fifth St., Spencer 
Cherry, Mrs. Betty Jean, 100 Home St., Apt. 2, Raleigh 
Cline, Mrs. Rebecca, 1305 Duplin Road, Raleigh 
Coffey, Mrs. Diane, Box 99, Green St., Knightdale 
Constable, Elizabeth Heyward, 261 Elm Ave., Hershey, 

Pa. 
Cooper, Donna, 402 East Maynard Ave., Durham 
Craven, Jean Webster, 522 W. Weatherspoon St., San- 
ford 
Crockett, Ann, P. O. Box 506, Vass 
Culler, Mrs. Nancy, 3939 Glenwood Ave., Raleigh 
Daniel, Mrs. Claudia, 2321 Grant Ave., Raleigh 
Daniel, Pennie, 301 Allen Road, Portsmouth, Va. 




CAMERON VILLAGE, RALEIGH 



Deal, Sheryl Lynn, 2015 Huntington Road, Burlington 

Dixon, Jessie, 1540 Cypress Dr., Henderson 

Dodge, Lynn, 1522 Arrow St., Lynchburg, Va. 

Dombroski, Mrs. Ann, 415 Wayne Dr., Raleigh 

Drew, Dava, 510 Forest Hill Drive, Goldsboro 

Duckworth, Betty Lou, 5124 Allison Ave., Charlotte 

Dulin, Anne, 9412 Lawyers Rd., Charlotte 

Eatman, Rebecca, P. O. Box 188, Roseboro 

Eddins, Patsy, P. O. Box 103, Rolesville 

Edenfield, Delila, 701 Prather Circle, Clinton, S. C. 

Edmondson, Rebecca, Rt. 1, Mount Airy 

Edwards, Phyllis Ann, Rt. 2, Nashville 

Emmons, Mrs. Josie, 3939 Glenwood Ave., Raleigh 

Evans, Carole, Box 6, Pamlico, S. C. 

Felton, Gay, Rt. 2, Box 132, Beaufort 

Forney, Carol, Box 218, Lawndale 

Freeman, Mary Harper, 407 W. Vernon Ave., Kinston 

Gallehugh, Linda, Box 577, Elizabethtown 

Glover, Hope, Box 122, Lake Waccamaw 




RALEIGH, N. C. 



Congratulations 
from 



MARTIN'S (|sSO) SERVICENTER 



Your Home for 
Happy Motoring 



3715 Hillsborough Street 

ACROSS FROM MEREDITH COLLEGE 



Gonzalez, Annhilda B., 1914 Hawkins St., Raleigh 

Guthrie, Suzanne, Box 270, Beaufort 

Haire, Donna, 1959 Sherwood, Salisbury 

Hall, Alma Jo, 217 Marsh Ave., Raleigh 

Hall, Mrs. Jennie, 30-B Royal Hill Garden Apts., 

4315 Leesville Rd., Raleigh 
Halyburton, Carolyn, 2807 N. Fairway Dr., Burlington 
Hammond, Ann, 104 Hillcrest Road, New Bern 
Hanchey, Norma, 4932 Park Ave., Wilmington 
Harter, Ann Moore, Box 387, Wagram 
Hayes, Frances, P. O. Box 148, Hudson 
Henderson, Gini, Rt. 3, Box 100, La Grange 
Herring, Nancy C, Rt. 2, Goldsboro 
Hill, Ann, 208 East 5th Ave., Lawrenceville, Va. 
Hines, Lynn, 2805 Edgewood Ave., Burlington 
Holder, Sandra, Rt. 1, Box 274, Randleman 
Holt, Elaine, 2009 Pershing St., Durham 
Howard, Curt, 7403 Colony Point Rd., Norfolk, Va. 
Howie, Libbie, Rt. 8, Gold Mine Road, Monroe 
Hoyt, Grace Clare, 2620 Pennington Rd., Pennington, 

N.J. 
Hughey, Ginger, 725 S. Germantown Rd., Chattanooga, 

Tenn. 
Jackson, Carolyn, 1880 Wiltshire Blvd., Huntington, 

W. Va. 
Jackson, Diane, 209 Jones Circle, Thomasville 
Jernigan, Lee V., 1318 Lanier Blvd. N.E., Atlanta, Ga. 
Johnson, Beth, 811 Stoneleigh Rd., Baltimore, Md. 
Johnson, Elaine, Rt. 1, Box 316, Magnolia 
Johnson, Mrs. Jan R., 2300 Blacklan Circle, Raleigh 
Johnson, Mrs. Linda Smith, 1014 Faircloth St., Raleigh 
Jones, Brenda Carole, 101 Oak Drive, Overhills, Ox- 
ford 
Jones, Virginia, 1600 Front St., Beaufort 
Kirkman, Mrs. Evelyn, H-ll McKimmon Village, Ra- 
leigh 
Kornegay, Judy, 301 Shady Circle Drive, Rocky Mount 
Laird, Susan, 1332 Sheridan St., Williamsport, Pa. 
Leath, Susan, 135 Hillside Drive, Burlington 
Leonard, Jane, Box 531, Lexington 
Leonard, Jeanne Ebelein, 408 W. Fourth Ave., Lex- 
ington 
Levin, Jean, 864 Watson Ave., Winston-Salem 



Raleigh, North Carolina 




// you 're planning to build a new 
home, *§mS£Sk are you sure it 
will have all the value, /IfS^s^ 
comfort l£§£ an ^ conven- 
ience f ^ t for truly modern 
living? It will if it's a 
Gold Medallion Home. 

An investor-owned, taxpaying public utility company 




Lewis, Lucia Lynn, 1830 Oakland Dr., Winston-Salem 
Little, Mrs. Mary, 2446 Wade Ave., Raleigh 
Mabe, Barbara, 835 S. William St., Henderson 
Mahler, Elizabeth, 912 Main St., Tarboro 
Marks, Mary Marshall, 831 Pebble Drive, Greensboro 
Mashburn, Linda, 1839 W. First St., Winston-Salem 
McCurry, Jean, 713 East Warren St., Shelby 
McGee, Cornelia, 3111 Hines Dr., Raleigh 
McGrady, Carolyn Jane, Box 152, West Jefferson 
McKinney, Toni, 8055 S.W. 138th St., Miami, Fla. 
Miller, Gaye, 408 Edgehill Road, Kinston 
Mills, Linda, 102 W. Braddock Road, Alexandria, Va. 
Mizelle, Mrs. Nancy B., Rt. 1, Box 174A-3, Pittsboro 
Moffitt, Mary Kathryn, 8 Monroe St., Brevard 
Montgomery, Ruth E., Box 376, Chatham, Va. 
Moser, Eve, 926 8th St. Dr., S. E., Hickory 
Myers, Hilda, Rt. 1, Laurel Springs 
Neal, Happy, Box 787, Canton 
Norman, Susan, 831 Montgomery St., Henderson 
O'Berry, Alice Joy, 600 Vance St., Roanoke Rapids 
Overby, Ann, Littleton 

Owens, Mary Milum, 964 Sandswood Drive, Gastonia 
Owens, Virginia E., 1101 Pine St., Lumberton 
Parham, Julianne, 125 Young Ave., Henderson 
Parker, Diane, P. O. Box 141, Walkertown 
Pernell, Pamela, 406 Leander St., Shelby 
Perry, Arden, Chesterfield, S. C. 
Perry, Barbara, 845 Park Ave., Henderson 
Phillips, Martha Gatlin, 1170 Granville Road, Greens- 
boro 
Poage, Martha, 6 Charnwood Road, Richmond, Va. 
Poplin, Bonnie, Box 452, Rockingham 
Porter, Beth, R.F.D. 1, Box 274, Roseboro 
Pressley, Linda, Rt. 1, Box 900- A, Oakboro 
Price, Margaret Janice, 323 Hudson St., Raleigh 
Pruett, Kay, 2021 E. 9th St., Charlotte 
Pruitt, Shan, Box 299, Louisburg 
Ratley, Judy, Rt. 4, Box 778, Red Springs 
Ray, Susan, 2609 Springwood Drive, Greensboro 
Rhodes, Mrs. Ruth, 1817 Manuel St., Raleigh 
Rinehart, Pat, 1422 W. Laburnun Ave., Richmond, Va. 
Risley, Vivian, 1204 Country Club Road, Wilming- 
ton 



Roberts, Cathy Gene, Rt. 9, Box 100, Shelby 

Rodgers, Cathey, P. O. Box 627, Lexington 

Sadler, Mrs. Bonita R., 204 Forest Road, Raleigh 

Safrit, Clara, Box 388, Beaufort 

Saintsing, Kay, Rt. 4, Box 331, Thomasville 

Sams, Jeannie, 1315 Bethabara Road, Winston-Salem 

Sanford, Janice E., 326 S. Cedar St., Lincolnton 

Sears, Catherine N., 5 Browning Road, Short Hills, N. J. 

Singletary, Carolyn, Rt. 1, Box 187, Bladenboro 

Sink, Teenie, Box 339, Lexington 

Smith, Beth, 225 N. Rowan Ave., Spencer 

Smith, Brenda, Box 412, Dillon. S. C. 

Smith, Jane Waller, 3326 Ruffin St., Raleigh 

Smith, Mary Frances, 3715 Halford Dr., Raleigh 

Stafford, Jean, Box 156, Garland 

Stancil, Agnes, 170 Spalding Dr., N.W., Atlanta, Ga. 

Stewart, Mrs. Kathy B., 1510 Ashburton Rd., Raleigh 

Stockton, Tish, 306 Garrison Dr., Albemarle 

Stone, Anne, 706 Maupin Ave., Salisbury 



Compliments of 

Jean's 

CAMERON VILLAGE 

Readywear — sportswear — lingerie 



—\M>*reU 9 s 



CLAN CAMERON SHOP and 

VILLAGE SQUIRE, Cameron Village, 

and DOWNTOWN RALEIGH 



Nowell's is first in fashion 
for young women of 
discriminating taste" 

■■THREE FINE STORES IN RALEIGH 



Stone, Susan, Bexley Drive, Durham 

Strother, Mrs. Jane, 33 Buck Jones Road, Raleigh 

Stroud, Alyce Marie, 2708 Carey Road, Kinston 

Sumner, Mary Gay, P. O. Box 236, Hartsville, S. C. 

Sutton, Ginny, 606 West Steele St., Mount Olive 

Tart, Vickie, Box 614, Zebulon 

Temple, Sandra, 1102 Longleaf Dr., Fayetteville 

Todd, Lee, 3711 Will Scarlet Rd., Winston-Salem 

Tollefsrud, Patty, Rt. 1, Box 61, Richlands 

Treadwell, Wrenn, 2527 Glenwood Ave., Raleigh 

Trexler, Fran C, Box 26, Midland 

Vandenbegh, Mrs. Barbara, 3500 Brentwood Road, 

Raleigh 
VonCannon, Donna, 1247 Sunset Drive, Asheboro 
Walker, Martha Ellen, Hanover Road, Upperco, Md. 
Walters, Karen, Box 1017, Shelby 
Walton, Mrs. Anne B., 3939 Wake Forest Rd., Apt. 

133, Raleigh 



Compliments of 

WONDER BREAD 
Continental Baking Co. 

3801 Hillsboro Road 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Compliments of 

VILLAGE PHARMACY 



CAMERON VILLAGE 
RALEIGH, N. C. 




Warren, Ellen Randolph, 115 84th St., Va. Beach, Va. 

Watkins, Libba, 210 Belle St., Oxford 

Watson, Cela Annette, Box 67, Stem 

Welborn, Elaine, Rt. 3, Thomasville 

White, Betty, Rt. 2, Trinity 

Whitehurst, Gwen, Rt. 1, Box 228, Tarboro 

Williams, A. Suzanne, 2611 Tanglewood Lane, Char- 
lotte 

Williams, Barbara Jean, P. O. Box 123, Alberta, Va. 

Wilson, Joyce Faye, 3900 Guinevere Lane, Winston- 
Salem 

Wilson, Patsy, 218 Jones Circle, Thomasville 

Wood, Millicent, 600 Cedar St., Roanoke Rapids 

Woolward, Linda L., 518 Sunset Ave., Wilmington 

Yarbrough, Judith, 432 School St., Kingstree, S. C. 

Young, Ann Welborn, 1320 Robin Hood Rd., High 
Point 

Young, Virginia, Box 150, Kingstree, S. C. 



Best wishes from 

the 1968 

Oak Leaves 

Staff 




NORTH HILLS 

SHOPPING CENTER 

ON U.S.#1 BYPASS AT SIX FORKS ROAD 



HEELER'S 

The University Bookstore, Ino. 

(across from N. C. State University) 

Where you'll find a full selection of 

SCHOOL SUPPLIES — STATIONERY 

GREETING CARDS — PAPERBACK BOOKS 

Novels — fiction and nonfrction 

plus 
XEROX COPYING SERVICE 



2502 HILLSBOROUGH ST. 


Mon.-Wed. 


9:00-5:30 


PHONE 832-2502 


Thurs. 


9:00-9:00 




Fri.-Sat. 


9:00-5:30 



JUNIORS 
Ancell, Edee, 2200 Cranbeck Road, Richmond, Va. 
Aretakis, Evan, 309 Transylvania Ave., Raleigh 
Ashby, Lou Ellyn, 305 S. Park Ave., Mount Airy 
Avery, Linda, Rt. 1, Crouse 
Barbour, Emily, 410 Boyette St., Hamlet 
Barnett, Linda Lee, Raleigh Rd., Rt. 4, Henderson 
Bass, Ruth Overman, 3401 Clark Ave., Raleigh 
Batson, Rebecca, Old River Road, Burgaw 
Beale, Jane Elizabeth, 467 Maple Lane, Danville, Va. 
Behnekn, Eloise, 228 Sierra Drive, Chesapeake, Va. 
Bickett, Sylvia, 303 N. Rowan Ave., Spencer 
Boone, Jackie, 4605 Forestdale Road, Raleigh 
Bost, Sissy, Box 12, Conover 
Boyette, Betty, 1000 W. Church St., Ahoskie 
Brady, Beth, 215 S. Currie St., Wallace 
Brandon, Janet, Box 307, Yadkinville 
Bridgen, Janet Louise, 207 Marshall Ave., Williamston 



Bruton, Betty Sue, Pekin Road, Mt. Gilead 
Bullard, Mrs. Rebecca, Rt. 9, Box 164, Raleigh 
Burrows, Linda, 1516 Ann St., Beaufort 
Burt, Anita, 602 E. Markham Ave., Durham 
Butler, Mrs. Alicia, Box 786 Louisburg College, Louis- 
burg 
Byrd, Jean, 1230 Burtonwood Circle, Charlotte 
Campbell, Jo Ann, Rt. 4, Box 79, Raleigh 
Campbell, Judy, Rt. 1, Box 386-M2, Salisbury 
Carpenter, Suzanne, 208 Bryant Road, Lynchburg, Va. 
Carr, D. Lawanna, Rt. 1, Box 91, Warsaw 
Carter, Mrs. Dorothy, 1105 Glendale Drive, Raleigh 
Carter, Evelyn, Box 11167, 3923 Homestead Lane, 

Winston-Salem 
Childress, Marilyn, 15 Ridgefield Rd., Lutherville, Md. 
Cole, Ginger, 8811 Colesville Rd., Silver Spring, Md. 
Comas, Betsy, 444 Lawndale Drive, Winston-Salem 
Critcher, Cheryl, 106 Park Drive, Williamston 
Crook, Jo Ann, Box 274, Skyland 




the popular preference in 
Dairy Products since 1919 



Crossland, Mrs. Paula, 3013 Glenridge Drive, Raleigh 

Dalrymple, Marion, 450 Blairmore Drive, Charlotte 

Derby, Ellen, 608 Prince Ave., Goldsboro 

Dickens, Sue Lankford, 1003 Vz Brooks Ave., Raleigh 

Douglas, Mrs. Josie, Rt. 1, Knightdale 

Ferens, Kaye, 1602 Hwy. 70 East, New Bern 

Fields, Hollis, 2226 Meadow Wood Road, Fayetteville 

Fletcher, Susan, 1610 Paddock Circle, Charlotte 

Foster, Louise, 7409 Dickenson St., Springfield, Va. 

Frampton, Carrie, 1 Erwin Road, Hartsville, S. C. 

Freeman, Sandra, Rt. 3, Mt. Olive 

Gant, Donna Jean, 2604 Hanover Ave., Richmond, Va. 

Garrett, Bett, 4305 Pamlico Drive, Raleigh 

Glass, Nelson, 219 N. 16th Ave., Hopewell. Va. 

Golding, Betty, Condado Gardens Apt. 404, Estrella & 

Washington Streets, Santurce, Puerto Rico 
Goodrich, Kay, Parker Lane, Henderson 
Graham. Linda. 1411 Mill St., Camden, S. C. 
Griffin, Mickie, Rt. 1, Box 432, Williamston 
Gudger, Mrs. Sally, 3906-A Lexington, Raleigh 



Compliments of 

CAROLINA HOTEL 

Hargett and Dawson Streets 

Raleigh, North Carolina 

832-8811 



Compliments of 

Boulevard Florist 

3937 Western Boulevard 

Raleigh, North Carolina 27606 

phone 834-8510 



Hall, Georgia, 403 E. Cliff St., Wallace 
Hamilton, Janet, P. O. Box 56, Atkinson 
Hanson, Donna Lee, 923 Ralph Drive, Cary 
Hardenburg, Mary Ann, 7505 Hopkins Ave., College 

Park, Md. 
Harper, Nancy G., 449 Stadium Road, Wake Forest 
Harris, Linda, 117 Fernwood Drive, Rutherfordton 
Helms, Brenda, 1307 Virginia Ave., Monroe 
Helms, Linda, 503 N. Andrews Ave., Goldsboro 
Hendricks, Mrs. Sharon, 2820 Everett Ave., Raleigh 
Hemphill, Virginia Lynn, P. O. Box 464, Black Moun- 
tain 
Henry, Ann, P. O. Box 566, Dunn 
Herring, Carol Ann, Box 644, Fairmont 
Hill, Diane Marie, 2921 Reynolds Park Road, Winston- 
Salem 
Hinson, Nancy, Box 306, Belmont 
Holden, Kathryn Patricia, Rt. 7, Raleigh 
Hollingsworth, Linda, 37 Edith Ave., Winston-Salem 
Hooks, Kathy, Cherry Hospital, Goldsboro 
Hooks, Lynn, Wayne St., Fremont 
Horton, Del Cross, Vaughan Ave., Whaleyville, Va. 
Hout, Susan, 834 Hartford Ave., Charlotte 
Howes, Phyllis, Rt. 3, Selma 

Huggins, Kate Allen, 302 E. Noble St., Louisburg 
Hyland, Karen, 2645 Chesterfield Ave., Charlotte 
Jackson, Shera, 506 Brookwood Drive, Durham 
James, Patricia Lee, 221 Van Buren St., Herndon, Va. 
Johnson, Kay, Country Club Circle, Clinton 
Johnson, Marianne, Rt. 1, Raeford 
Jones, Diane, Rt. 1, Box 125 D, Pickens, S. C. 
Joyner, Janice, 75 Park Drive, Concord 
Kennedy, Judy, Lake Norman, Box 1228, Statesville 
Kiser, Helen Rebecca, Rt. 3, Box 355 C, Lincolnton 
Knott, Cynthia Kelly, Trot Motel Intown, Smithfield 
Lee, Martha, 602 Kimberly Drive, Greensboro 
Lee, Yeun Sook (Mrs.), 1004 Marilyn Drive, Raleigh 
Lindsey, Wanda, Box 128, Moyock 
Little, Cornelia Anne, 14 Oak Road, Salisbury 
Little, Delores, 609 Barbour St., Clayton 
Maiden, Peggy, 1000 Arendell Ave., Zebulon 
Main, Paula, 107 Batchelor Drive, Greensboro 
McColman, Sarah, P. O. Box 215, Faison 
McGinnis, Martha I., Box 312, Maiden 



Johnson's Laundry and Cleaners 

2 locations 

Ridgewood Shopping Center 
832-9695 

and 

2110 Hillsborough Street 

834-1831 

Try our expert service 




Congratulations to the graduating 
class of 1968 ! 




Pruitt Lumber Company 
Louisburg, N. C. 




McNeill, Barbara (Mackie), 904 Currituck Drive, Ra- 
leigh 
McNeill, Betty, Red Springs 
McNeill, Elaine, 214 E. Green St., Rockingham 
Mitchell, Dianne, 706 Morro St., Fairmont 
Morrison, Linda, 5655 Western Blvd., Raleigh 
Morton, Mrs. Pamela, 2318 Bernard St., Raleigh 
Myers, Peggy, 2701 Dix Inlet Rd., Virginia Beach, Va. 
Neel, Sondra R., 205 Lake Sebring Drive, Sebring, Fla. 
Neville, Barbara Kaye, Rt. 3, Enfield 
Nicholson, Sandre Martin, 3939 Glenwood Ave. Apt. 

510, Raleigh 
Noff singer, Peggy, 1152 Country Club Rd., Wilmington 
Nooe, Mary Watson, Box 351, Pittsboro 
Osborne, Pat, 2509 Wright Ave., Greensboro 
Park, Judy Ann, 2701 Dunlavin Way, Charlotte 
Perry, Carolyn Ann, 516 Holloway St., Durham 
Peterson, Ann, Rt. 2, Box 57, Ahoskie 
Pilloud, Barbara, 3409 Doyle Rd., Raleigh 
Plyler, Sue, P. O. Box 1167, Albemarle 
Poore, Margie, 6719 Forsythia Drive, Greensboro 
Price, Carol, 940 Nottingham Rd., High Point 
Pridgen, Angie, 7621 Hollins Road, Richmond, Va. 
Pritchard, Barbara Ann, 19 Mountain Brook Road, 

Asheville 
Queen, Kathryn Lee, 904 Elizabeth St., Shelby 
Rawlinson, Binky, 440 E. Indiana Ave., Southern Pines 
Reaves, Kathryn, 211 Southerland St., Mt. Olive 
Rich, Helen, P. O. Box 203, Wake Forest 
Ritter, Dale A., 2114 Morningside Drive, Burlington 
Rivers, Beatrice, 412 Bethel Road, Morganton 
Robertson, Joyce, 108 Cardwell St., Madison 
Roebuck, Phyllis, North Grimes, Roberconville 
Ridgeway, Nan, 516 Marlowe St., Raleigh 
Rogerson, Helen B., 920 North Broad St., Edenton 
Salmon, Mary Thomas, Greensboro Highway, Box 164, 

Sanford 
Sears, Linda, Rt. 1, Morrisville 
Senter, Mary Neil, 115 N. Highland St., Raeford 
Shaw, Pat, Rt. 8, Cheryl Ave., Durham 
Shipp, Mary Jewel, 421 Lafayette St., Clinton 




IN RALEIGH'S 
CAMERON VILLAGE 



CHAMBLEE 
INSURANCE AGENCY 

814 Fayetteville Street 
RALEIGH, N. C. 

"It pays to be insured and we are 
happy to write your insurance" 




Sizemore, Brenda Kay, One Oak Forest Court, Ashe- 

ville 
Smith, Alice, 705 Willow St., Wadesboro 
Smith, Penny, 529 Hedrick Drive, Statesville 
Snyder, Rebecca Anne, 16 Clarendon Road, Asheville 
Southerland, Susan, 1602 Evergreen Ave., Goldsboro 
Soyars, Donna, 3606 Rock Creek Drive, Raleigh 
Sparks, Carolyn, 119 Canterbury Road, Danville, Va. 
Stallings, Becky, 2139 Ridge Road, Raleigh 
Squires, Eleanor Gray, 633 Shawnee Drive, Charlotte 
Starkey, Brucie, 909 Howard Place, Suffolk, Va. 
Sterling, Pat, 6605 44th Ave., Hyattsville, Md. 
Stroud, Nancy Carol, Rt. 3, Box 436, Kinston 
Sumner, Frances Sue, 1831 Glenwood Ave., Raleigh 
Tew, Michele, Rt. 2, Box 51 
Thompson, Martha, 14633 Island Dr., Isle of Palms, 

Jacksonville, Fla. 
Tutterrow, Claudia, c/o Lunsford Mobile Home Pk., 

Rt. 3, Hwy. 16, Jackson, Ga. 
Vaden, Page, 7720 Sweetbriar Rd., Richmond, Va. 
Vernon, Sandra, Rt. 1, Box 71, Milton 
Via, Mrs Helen, 1624 Oberlin Rd., Raleigh 
Wade, Linda Sue, Box 549, Bassett, Va. 
Wall, Barbara L., 2707 Cambridge Rd., Raleigh 
Walston, Cathy, 411 N. Waver St., Farmville 
Walters, Ruth Ann, Rt. 2, Wake Forest 
Ward, Paula, 317 W. Williamson St., Whiteville 
Ware, Annelise S., 8604 Oakcroft Dr., Richmond, Va. 
Ware, Suzanne B., 8604 Oakcroft Dr., Richmond, Va. 
Watson, Mrs. Kay, 2320 Grant Ave., Raleigh 
Watson, Louise, Box 96, Bailey 
Weeks, Olivia Leigh, Rt. 1, Nashville 
Wheeless, Mary C, 107 Sunset Ave., Louisburg 
Whitly, Mary Ann, 1076 Lucerne Way, New Bern 
Williams, Doris Jean, 1812 Madison Ave., Greensboro 
Williams, Reta, Box 102, Sims 
Wood, Donna, 3525 Largo Lane, Annadale, Va. 
Wood, Sue, 210 N. Henry St., Leaksville 
Woodbury, Cathy, 816 Shannon Rd., Asheboro 
Wright, Judy, 1406 Henri St., Mount Airy 
Wyche, Maud, 203 Cedar St., Hallsboro 



SOPHOMORES 
Albright, Molly, 511 Kildee Drive, Lexington 
Anderson, Ginger, 11 Selwyn Drive, Greenville, S. C. 
Anderson, Jacqueline, 908 Daniel Drive, Jacksonville 
Armstrong, Pat, 1717 W. First St., Winston-Salem 
Ashcroft, Elaine, 4301 Camelot Drive, Raleigh 
Askin, Sue, 102 Pinecrest Road, Alexander City, Ala- 
bama 
Austin, Nancy, 300 Branch Road, Vienna, Va. 
Barbee, Peggy Leigh, 1910 S. Miami Blvd., Durham 
Barefoot, Beverly Sue, Rt. 2, Benson 
Barker, Lynda Irene, RFD Box 131, Milton 
Bartholomew, Emma Ruth, 510 E. Nash St., Louisburg 
Batten, Ayn, 315 Tartan Circle, Apt. 24, Jefferson 

Gardens, Raleigh 
Beck, Priscilla Ruth, 408 Kern St., Thomasville 
Beeks, Kathy, 101 Shell Dr., Roanoke Rapids 
Bender, Kay, 400 Brentwood Ave., Jacksonville 
Blanton, Rachel Alice, S. Fourth St. Ext., Seneca, 

S. C. 
Bowen, Roma, 1004 Dalewood Ave., High Point 
Boyette, Martha Anne, 307 Raleigh Road, Wilson 
Brewer, Betty, Box 98, Pink Hill 
Bridgman, Sandra Kay, 1403 Washington St., Roanoke 

Rapids 
Brookshire, Tommy Jane, 312 Albemarle Road, Troy 
Brown, Annie Katherine, 1312 Laurel Lane, Mt. Airy 
Brumley, Jo Carole, 592 Dogwood Rd., Statesville 
Bryant, Betty, Apt. Q-310 McKimmon Village, Raleigh 
Bryant, Betty, 112 Merritt Dr., Oradell, N. J. 
Buchanan, June Elizabeth, Box 216, 202 Cypress St 

Wendell 
Buff, Margaret Carol, 245 21st Ave. N.W., Hickory 
Burgess, Donna Ann, Rt. 1, Smithfield 
Burns, Janice Marie, 7069 Fernhill Dr., Malibu, Calif. 
Byrn, Nicki, 12 Briar Patch PI., Newport News, Va. 
Cameron, Susan Jean, 360 Beckana Apts., Raleigh 
Campbell, Bonnie, 2105 E. Mulberry St., Goldsboro 
Canter, Claudia Marie, 306 5th St., N. Wilkesboro 
Carroll, Barbara Ann, 1306 Fairfield Dr., Gastonia 
Caveny, Rita Elala, Rt. 2, Dixion School Rd., Kings 
Mountain 



WALLER STUDIO 

Official Photographers 
For the "1968 Oak Leaves" 



126^ Fayetteville Street 
RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA 

TE 4-7331 



Cheek, Virginia Alice, 1025 Sycamore, Durham 

Cherry, Sarah Jo, Box 121, Hamilton 

Clark, Carol Denny, 7710 Ridgecrest Dr., Alexandria, 
Va. 

Clarke, Frances Gray, 4806 Morrison Rd., Richmond, 
Va. 

Clayton, Diane Everette, Box 511, Lillington 

Cline, Janis, Hillcrest Dr., Marion 

Cocker, Laurie Anne, 1060 N. Montana, Arlington, Va. 

Coghill, Karen, 7502 Young St., Fort George G. Meade, 
Maryland 

Collier, Linda Ann, 1411 Pine Valley Loop, Fayette- 
ville 

Cooper, Catherine, 215 S. Hilliard St., Nashville 

Council, Susie, 301 Buckner Drive, Wilmington 

Creagh, Teresa Hudson, Box 38, Pollocksville 

Crocker, Donna Lynn, 3308 Gwnbridge Drive, Raleigh 

Dalton, Karen Gail, 5820 Brickstone Drive, Charlotte 

Davenport, Anne Lee, 2509 Morganton Rd., Fayette- 
ville 

Davis, Sara Jane, 2880 Deerwood Dr., Winston-Salem 

Day, Edith Maxine, 1022 Clay St., Franklin, Va. 

Dees, Betsy, Box 427, Burgaw 

Dellinger, Emily, 206 Culpepper St., Warrenton, Va. 

Donaldson, Jeanne, 1512 Lyndhurst Drive, Chatta- 
nooga, Tenn. 

Dozier, Katie Sue, Powell's Point 

Easterling, Margaret A., 2102 Rolling Rd., Greensboro 

Eaton, Isabel, 1208-C Willowbrook Drive, Huntsville, 

Edwards, Mrs. Ethel Adams, 5719 Waycross St., Ra- 
leigh 
Ellis, Becky, Rt. 3, Box 94, Shelby 
Ellis, Carolyn Louise, 105 Stradleigh Rd., Wilmington 
Ellis, Nina, 805 Peachtree St., Emporia, Va. 
Ervin, Sharon, Rt. 10, Winston-Salem 
Euliss, Ann, May's Lake, P'. O. Box 913, Burlington 
Eure, Alice, 300 Camellia Drive, Chesapeake, Va. 
Fleming, Mary Ann, 119 Person St., Louisburg 
Ford, Marilyn, 515 Woodlawn Rd., Charlotte 
Fowler, Lois Lee, 709 W. Cobb St., Durham 
Fuquay, Betty Byrd, Rt. 3, Box 159, Raleigh 
Futrelle, Gerry, 2204 Marker St., Wilmington 



Congratulations, Seniors! 



KERR REXALL DRUGS 

RIDGEWOOD SHOPPING CENTER 

RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA 
PHONE 832-3749 



Gambill, Gwen Brooks, Rt. 1, Elkin 

Gantt, Charlotte Ruth, Box 8, Albemarle 

George, Carrie Camilla, 1042 W. Main, Laurens, S. C. 

George, Suzanne, P. O. Drawer 120, Edenton 

Gibson, Susan, 304 W. Elwood Ave., Raeford 

Glass, Georgia, 914 Glidewell Rd., Richmond, Va. 

Glover, Sara Florence, P. O. Box 222, Georgetown, 

S. C. 
Godwin, Evelyn Newsome, P. O. Box 51, Gatesville 
Goodall, Kathy, Rt. 5, Woodpecker Rd., Petersburg, 

Va. 
Goodes, Carol, 1943 Woodland Ave., Burlington 
Gore, Claudia, 1023 Ann St., Rockingham 
Gourley, Pam, St. Andrews Rd., Statesville 
Grady, Margaret, Box 68, Kenansville 
Graves, Nancy, 494 Hammett Drive, Decatur, Ga. 
Graybeal, J. Kyleen, 911 Ralph Drive, Cary 
Gregory, Susan, 15 Forest Hills Drive, Wilmington 
Griggs, Jane Wright, Point Harbor 
Griffith, Cindy, Drawer D, Homewood Acres, Siler City 




Three Fine Stores Now 
Serving You 



UPTOWN 



CAMERON VILLAGE 



COLLEGE INN 
MOTOR LODGE and RESTAURANT 

P. 0. BOX 5717 WESTERN BOULEVARD 
RALEIGH, N. C. 



YOUR COMPLETE 
MUSIC STORE 

STEPHENSON 
MUSIC CO. 

Raleigh's largest and friendliest 

101 West Peace Street 
Raleigh, N. C. 



RESTAURANT 



CAMERON VILLAGE 



RALEIGH, N. C. 



Pidgeways 

OPTICIANS. INC. 



GROUND FLOOR 
PROFESSIONAL BUILD 
8343451 



Two Stores to Serve You 



804 ST MARYS STREET 

ACROSS FROM SCHOOL 

8346409 



CONTACT LENSES 



We urge you 

to patronize 

our advertisers 



Grogan, Kathleen, 3431 Foxcroft Road, Charlotte 

Grogan, Lynne, Lakeview Park, Hickory 

Grubbs, Mary, 2305 Chestnut St., Wilmington 

Gulley, Cherie, Box L, Nashville 

Hacskaylo, Julia Anne, Star 

Haddock, Linda Kay, Rt. 1, Box 195, Trenton 

Hales, Donna Leigh, 17 Langley Ave., Newport News, 

Va. 
Hamill, Sandra, Rt. 3, Box 325, Enfield 
Hammons, Sue, 620 Lichfield Rd., Winston-Salem 
Harward, Susan, 1005 W. Trinity Ave., Durham 
Hauser, Susan, 204 Westridge, High Point 
Heedick, Chery, 1700 Redcoat Drive, Charlotte 
Hernly, Susan, Box 248, Chuckatuck, Va. 
Hester, Mary Ann, 9101 Petersburg Pike, Richmond, 

Va. 
Hill, Susan, 4014 Dover Road, Durham 
Hinkle, Bunny, 2011 Georgia Ave., Winston-Salem 
Hinson, Sarah Rebecca, 304 Willow St., Lenoir 
Hodgin, Evelyn, 4900 Hardison Rd., Charlotte 
Holloway, Anne, 714 Lore Lane, Waynesville 
Holman, Connie, 515 Sioux Drive, Jacksonville 
Hrabanek, Ann, 5907 Old Providence Rd., Charlotte 
Hutchins, Sarah Jane, 201 Gulf St., Sanford 
Illman, Nan, 4710 Country Club Rd., Winston-Salem 
Jackson, Mary Louise, 10 Forest Ave., Tabor City 
Jeffreys, Phyllis Dianne, Box 285, 106 Williamson St., 

Louisburg 
Jewell, Mary Jo, 3318 Winnipeg Circle, Charlotte 
Johnson, Ida Kay, Country Club Circle, Clinton 
Johnson, Melanie, 800 E. Morris Circle, Dunn 
Josey, Suzanne, 728 W. Second St., Roanoke Rapids 
Kennedy, Carolyn, 5710 Park Ave., Richmond, Va. 
Kennemur, Kay, 624 Vance St., Roanoke Rapids 
Kincheloe, Martha, 1617 Rivera Drive, Rocky Mount 
King, Betty, 1908 Wakefield, High Point 
Koosed, Vicky, 3594 Trask St., Jacksonville, Fla. 
Knowles, Margaret Anne, 117 E. Park Ave., Mount 

Olive 
Lackey, Jean, College St., Taylorsville 
Lahser, Sharon Lee, 908 Churchill Drive, Gastonia 
Langhorne, Carolyn, 303 Gardner's Mill Court, Au- 
gusta, Ga. 



Lee, Barbara, 606 University Drive, Rock Hill, S. C. 
Lemley, Carol Louise, 1312 Kingston Ridge Drive, 

Cary 
Lindley, Joyce Karen, 22 Bramleigh Rd., Lutherville, 

Md. 
Lindsay, Nola Jean, 2210 S. Main St., Winston-Salem 
Lockman, Jane Elizabeth, 212 E. Rhodes St., Lin- 

colnton 
McCarty, Patricia Ann, 2543 Waldo Lane, Richmond, 

Va. 
McGirt, Brooks, Bob White Lane, Whiteville 
McLawhorn, Sophia, P. O. Box 23, Winterville 
McShane, Debby, 211 Park Ave., Wilson 
Mangum, Elizabeth Ann, 1316 Planters St., Rocky 

Mount 
Martin, Margaret Eshelman, 1908 Cedar St., Durham 
Martin, Rosemary, 102 Oak St., Marion, S. C. 
Mendenhall, Camille, Rt. 9, Winston-Salem 
Miller, Ryllis, 2824 Heyward St., Columbia, S. C. 
Mills, Audrey, Box 1644, Raleigh 
Mincey, Clara Fountain, Rt. 3, Fuquay-Varina 
Moore, Betty, Rt. 2, Box 7, Ahoskie 
Moran, Catherine Jo, 608 Hillhaven Terrace, Roxboro 
Morris, Margaret Anne, 3704 Kirby Drive, Greensboro 
Morse, Linda L., Point Harbor 
Neel, Eva, Rt. 1, Princeton 

Niston, Rhonella Jai, 320 London Lane, Mount Airy 
Novobilski, Margaret Ann, 1664 Charlotte Rd., Con- 
cord 
Oates, Lisa, 1741 Matthews Drive, Rock Hill, S. C. 
Pace, Elizabeth Ann, Rt. 2, Zebulon 
Parks, Brenda, Bee Tree Road, Swannanoa 
Parrish, Kathy, 724 S. Sunset Drive, Winston-Salem 
Patterson, Rebecca Ann, 3426 Redbud Lane, Raleigh 
Paylor, Jo, 4605 Greenbrier Rd., Raleigh 
Peacock, Patsy, 2302 Prince St., Durham 
Pearce, Lou, 1227 Clifton Rd., N.E., Atlanta, Ga. 
Pretlow, Anne Abbitt, RPD 4, Box 441, Suffolk, Va. 
Perry, Sharon, 140 Young Ave., Henderson 
Pierce, Brenda Faye, Rt. 8, Box 1000, Sanford 
Pridgen, Mary Elizabeth, Rt. 2, Dunns Station, Pa. 
Raver, Mrs. Mary, 910 Washington St., Cary 
Ray, Jean Carter, 1107 Belvedere Drive, Albemarle 



Sponsors 
1968 Meredith College 

Oak Leaves 



Johnson Jewelers 

T. H. Briggs b Sons, Inc. 

The Village Book and Stationery 

J. C. Penney b Co. 



Chef Bonin 
Villa Capri 

Serv Self Food Market 
Covin's Inc. 



Ray, Sharon Louise, P. O. Box 720, Waynesville 
Rhodes, Ginger Louise, 26 Lanark Rd., Chapel Hill 
Rice, Sherry L., 1413 East 6th St., Lumberton 
Robertson, Ann, 401 Shady Circle Drive, Rocky Mount 
Robinson, Pamela, Box J, Nashville 
Roebuck, Mary Susan, 125 Isabella Ave., Washington 
Rogers, Paula, 208 Brentwood Ave., Jacksonville 
Rudd, Becky, 303 Kimberly Drive, Greensboro 
Rumley, Nancy, 4030 Sedgewood Lane, Greensboro 
Sanders, Susan, 1963 Ferncliff Road, Charlotte 
Scott, Faye, Rt. 2, Box 205, Stantonsburg 
Sessoms, Frances, 116 W. Franklin St., Williamston 
Shepherd, Judy, 1603 Kenwood Lane, Charlottesville 
Slaughter, Loueen Carole, Star Rt. 2, Yanceyville 
Smith, Belinda Ann, Box 307, Wingate 
Smith, Gail, Rt. 5, Box 357-A, Fayetteville 
Smith, Phyllis Kay, 1014 Faircloth St., Raleigh 
Smith, Sheryl, 1702 Pinecrest St., Burlington 
Soli, Bettie Jo, 3517 54th Ave., Apt. 1, Hyattsville, Md. 
Soloway, Susan M., 5 Edgehill Ave., Morristown, 

N.J. 
Spach, Jeanne, 830 Minorcas Rd., Winston-Salem 
Sparks, Bonnie, 2376 Parksway Drive, Winston-Salem 
Sprouse, Linda Gayle, 527 N. Griffing Blvd., Asheville 
Stallings, Betty, 404 Meade St., Greenville 
Sullivan, Edith Ayn, 913 Brookwood Drive, Raleigh 
Summerlin, Mrs. Frances, Rt. 1, Box 120, McSwains 

Mobile Home Estates, Cary 
Sykes, Cathy, 4700 Larkspur Court, Virginia Beach, 

Va. 
Talton, Ruth Barber, 605 Fayetteville St., Clayton 
Tatum, Marsha Dale, 1529 N. Mount Bella Rd., Rich- 
mond, Va. 
Taylor, Kay Lowery, Rt. 6, Box 186, Kinston 
Thomas, Cheryll Ann, 715 Askew St., Burlington 
Thomas, Douglas, 414 Coggeshall St., Oxford 
Thomas, Dwan Lee, Box 186, Bethel 
Thomas, Harriet Rebecca, 602 Peachtree St., Lexing- 
ton 
Thomas, Marjory James, P. O. Box 695, Roxboro 
Timmerman, Peggy, 1013 Prestwood Drive, Hartsville, 

S. C. 
Tudor, Paula, Walnut Hill Apt. G-l, Petersburg, Va. 



Tyren, Nancy, 3501 Chapel Hill Road, Durham 
Turner, Mary Liscomb, 5121 Circle Drive, Columbia, 

S. C. 
Ulmer, Susie, 2236 Malvern Road, Charlotte 
Von Blon, Susan, 1603 Sabra Drive, Kinston 
Vanderslice, Susan, 3401 Hawthorne Road, Rocky 

Mount 
Van Doeren, Gail, 5015 Whitewood Lane, Winston- 
Salem 
Vaughan, Brenda, 1132 Marshall St., Roanoke Rapids 
Walker, Barbara Ann, 2017 Sagamore, Charlotte 
Walters, Nancy Ann, 1800 Rosewood Drive, Greenville 
Watson, Anne, Rt. 2, Whitakers 
Watson, Karen, Rt. 8, Box 240, Charlotte 
Watson, Martha Ellen, Box 96, Oak Ave., Bailey 
Webb, Margaret Ellen, 5300 Norman Place, Raleigh 
White, Betty, 1704 Dixie Trail, Raleigh 
Whitlow, Margaret, Rt. 7, Box 645-A, Charlotte 
Wilkie, Carletta, 216 Callahan St., Rutherfordton 
Williams, Donna Lynn, 5433 Thayer Drive, Raleigh 
Williams, Nancy, 1000 Memory Lane, Monroe 
Williams, Paula, 1001 S. Andrews Ave., Goldsboro 
Williams, Peggy, 209 Pegion St., Waynesville 
Winstead, Lee, 2207 Woodland Ave., Burlington 
Wolf. Jean Frances, 912 Delaware Ave., Suffolk, Va. 
Wright, Darlene, 1125 Cherokee Rd., Florence, S. C. 
Yates, Nancy, Rt. 2, Chadbourn 

Yelton, Dianne, 760 Grandview Drive, N.E., Concord 
Young, Clara Jo, 514 Morningside Drive, Cary 
Zeliff, Cindy, 5512 Parkwood Drive, Raleigh 



FRESHMEN 
Alexander, Marcia, 46 Minton Drive, Newport News, 

Va. 
Allen, Peggy Jo, Box 947, Carthage 
Alligood, Betty, P. O. Box 294, Washington 
Alligood, Margaret Jane, P. O. Box 294, Washington 
Anderson, Cathy, 923 Old Winston Road, High Point 
Ausbow, Nancy Box 277, Hobgood 
Austin, Linda Kathleen, 938 N. Center St., Hickory 
Avent, Anne, 311 Spring St., Loiusburg 
Bailey, Ella, 1700 Mayflower Drive, Wilson 



WESTERN LANES 

Opposite N. C. State 




24 BRUNSWICK LANES 

LUNCHEONETTE 

& 

RESTAURANT 

Headquarters For Meredith 
Phys. Ed Classes Since 1955 

832-3533 



Baird, Alice Cornelia, 4112 Robinwood Drive, Char- 
lotte 
Ball, Linda Kay, 40 Jonquil Lane, Newport News, Va. 
Ballard, Marilyn, Rt. 2, Fuquay-Varina 
Ballou, Julie, 1540 Ann St., Beaufort 
Barker, Christine, 7710 Wanymala Rd., Richmond, Va. 
Barker, Ruthie, 4503 Tenella Road, New Bern 
Barnes, Barbara Claire, 923 Raleigh Rd., Wilson 
Barrett, Carolyn, Rt. 3, Box 300, Lincolnton 
Bartholomew, Carolyn Gail, Rt. 5, Raleigh 
Beam, Sissy, 2909 Park Road, Charlotte 
Beard, Belinda, P. O. Box 61A, Whitnel 
Bell, Janet Caroline, 117 Montgomery, Raleigh 
Bennett, Elena Jeanne, 3805 Robin Hood Rd., Winston- 
Salem 
Bess, Mary Ann, Rt. 1, Box 225, Cherry ville 
Best, Mrs. Mary J. Gibson, Atkinson's Trail Court, 

Raleigh 
Blackman, Mary Phyllis, Rt. 2, Hartsville, S. C. 
Blanton, Rose N., P. O. Box 96, Atkinson 
Blaylock, Corinne, 2105 Center Ave., New Bern 
Broxom, Anne G., 9505 Bonnie Dale Rd., Richmond, 

Va. 
Boggus, Mary Lynn, 5406 Wales St., Charlotte 
Bost, Jann, Drwer 1150, Shelby 

Bowman, Anne Clare, 5202 Clear Run Drive, Wil- 
mington 
Branch, Pamela Young, 3704 Cambridge Road, Dur- 
ham 
Briles, Jackie Sue, 6412 Sylvan Dr., Columbia, S. C. 
Brinkley, Paige, Box 224, Chase City, Va. 
Brown, Linda, 1611 Wilton Drive, Greensboro 
Bryan, Anne, Rt. 1, La Grange 
Buckthal, Susan, Box 977, Clinton 
Bunyan, Mrs. Sara, Apt. D-23 McKimmon Village, 
Raleigh 



O^WutUir 



205 Fayetteville Street 



We grow the flowers we selV 



Serving Meredith College 
for over 47 years 



RALEIGH, N. C. 




Coke has the taste 
you never get tired of. 



(m& 



BOTUED UNDER AUTHOWTY OF THE COCA COLA COMPANY Vf^^^ 

THE CAPITAL COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO., INC. 



Burrows, Karen, 1516 Ann St., Beaufort 

Butler, Cathy Louise, 1908 Dogwood St., Fayetteville 

Byrd, Mrs. Margaret Ann, 81 Rosman Road, Brevard 

Callis, Ruth-Ann, 2200 Ann St., Raleigh 

Calloway, Becky Jane, 2183 Gaston St., Winston-Salem 

Carlson, Joann, 5230 Ivy Lane, Raleigh 

Carter, Becky, Rt. 3, Madison 

Carter, Judi, 307 Eden Terrace, High Point 

Cheek, Marilyn, 964 Nottingham Rd., High Point 

Chestnutt, Barbara Ann, Box 753, Warsaw 

Chinn, Carolyn, 1224 Old Farm Road, Charlotte 

Clark, Ann, 909 Highland Ave., New Bern 

Clark, Lynn, Rt. 1, Linwood 

Clark, Mary Esther, Pantego 

Conyers, Pat Kathleen, 1021 W. Haven Blvd., Rocky 

Mount 
Cowling, Elizabeth Auld, Box 305, Eastville, Va. 
Crawford, Ann, 401 Catherine Creek Road, Ahoskie 
Crawford, Pat, 304 Academy St., Williamston 
Creech, Ethel, Rt. 2, Box 294-A, Whiteville 
Creech, Hope, 1104 Grace St., Raleigh 
Crockett, Mary, 165 Maple Ave., Welch, W. Va. 
Crockett, Nancy Elizabeth, Sunset Rd., Box 578, St. 

Mary's, Pa. 
Cromley, Jane, 327 Greenwood Highway, Saluda, 

S. C. 
Crotts, Meda June, 1314 Salisbury Rd., Winston-Salem 
Crouch, Susan, 904 Avery Place, Greensboro 
Curtis, Barbara Lynn, 344 Ribault, Daytona Beach, 

Fla. 
Dandridge, Martha Ann, 304 Minor St., Martinville, 

Va. 
Davenport, Jean Dukes, Rt. 1, Box 173, Morehead City 
Davidson, Sally, 2300 Sherwood Ave., Charlotte 
Davis, Jane, 2202 Barker St., Lumberton 
Davis, Marti, Rt. 2, Gayton Road, Richmond, Va. 
Davis, Virginia, 2720 Reynolda Rd., Winston-Salem 
Dellinger, Shirli Kyn, 1128 S. Edgemont, Gastonia 
Dicus, Martha, M O Q 2231, Camp Lejeune 
Disher, Debbie, 1100 Watson Ave., Winston-Salem 
Dowdy, Jane Ray, 8200 Metcalf Drive, Richmond, Va. 
Dula, Laura, 214 Hibriten St., Lenoir 
Easter, Beverly, 22 Vance Circle, Lexington 
Elkins, Cynthia Anne, 3820 Nottaway Road, Durham 
Ellington, Jennie Carol, 709 Longbor Road, Winston- 
Salem 
Ellis, Deborah Sue, 201 Shady Lane, Lincolnton 
Evans, Connie, 115 Tucker St., Whiteville 
Faulk, Harriet Diane, Rt. 8, Sanford 
Fecho, Chris, 2519 Beechwood Drive, Tarboro 
Flagler, Margaret, 2016 Gaston St., Winston-Salem 
Fleming, Alice Wray, 102 Stark Circle, Wilson 
Fleming, Katherine Louise, 102 Stark Circle, Wilson 
Flora, Susan, 4443 Pinoak Drive, Winston-Salem 
Flynt, Penelope (Penny), Rt. 3, Winston-Salem 
Gaddy, Gail, Cherry Hospital, Goldsboro 
Galloway, Wanda Paulette, Rt. 2, Walstonburg 
Gee, Lizbeth, 908 Chestnut St., Henderson 
Gekas, Georgiana Stelos, M-7 Colony Apartments, 

Chapel Hill 
Gerringer, Terry, 506 Smaw Road, Washington 
Gilmore, Vickie, 209 Fuller St., Fayetteville 
Green, Mrs. Judy Justice, Rt. 1, Cary 
Gribble, Mrs. Candace, 301 Forest Road, Raleigh 
Griffin, Katherine Elizabeth, Box K-30, Freeman, Va. 
Haithcock, Margaret Jenkins, 3916 New Hope Road, 

Raleigh 
Harris, Olivia, 231 E. Main St., Lincolnton 
Hart, Beth, 1209 N. Rotary Drive, High Point 
Haynes, Betsy, 920 Tarboro St., Rocky Mount 
Helms, Carla, 2700 Wintergreen Drive, Charlotte 
Hemrick, Sharyn, 4404 Erie Drive, Winston-Salem 
Herring, Susan C, Rt. 4, Box 529, Mount Olive 
Hill, Alice Page, 2750 Country Club Rd., Winston- 
Salem 
Hill, Shirley Kay, 3675 Pelham Lane, Charlotte 
Hodgens, Jeannelow, 735 Roberts St., c/o L. J. Siewio- 

rek, Lorain, Ohio 
Holden, Sarah, 119 Norwood St., Lenoir 
Hollars, Penelope LaRue, 2616 Knollwood Road, Char- 
lotte 
Holleman, Janice Kaye, 1202 Ruffin St., Durham 
Holloway, Brenda, Box 353, Wagram 
Holloway, Jane, 639 Henry St., Roanoke Rapids 
Holt, Jane Gaston, 603 Hancock St., Smithfield 
Hooks, Glenda, Box 267, Fremont 
Howard, Susan, P. O. Box 172, Raeford 
Hubbard, Jenny, 112 Reaves Ave., Dillon, S. C. 
Hubbard, Judy C, 112 Reaves Ave., Dillon, S. C. 



Hubbard, Sue, 42 Greene St., Ft. Thomas, Ky. 

Hunt, Judy, 515 W. Warren St., Shelby 

Ingram, Deborah Gail, 506 West 34th St., Lumberton 

Inman, Carol, 603 Huske St., Fayetteville 

Irwin, Nancy Preston, 10 Elkin Drive, Livingston, N. J. 

Ivie, Annie Joe, Drawer 460, Leaksville 

James, Courtney, 300 Sunset Drive, Richmond, Va. 

Jarrett, Jeff, 301 De Sota Drive, Richmond, Va. 

Jean, Connie, 326 Jefferson St., Emporia, Va. 

Jenrette, Claris Jane, 40 Avenue, Hotel Maracay, Mara- 

cay, Venezuela 
Johnson, Joyce Lynn, Rt. No., Box 338-C, Wilmington 
Johnson, Karen Faye, Smithfield 
Johnson, Nancy, Rt. 1, Smithfield 
Johnson, Patricia Lyn, 112 E. Keeling Rd., Greensboro 
Johnson, Patsy E., 2615 Robin Hood Rd., Winston- 
Salem 
Jones, Dorothea, 101 Oak Drive, Overhills, Oxford 
Jones, Joyce, 1522 Front St., Beaufort 
Joyner, Bettie Turner, P. O. Box 82, Bailey 
Kennemur, Sara Burt, 624 Vance St., Roanoke Rapids 
Kidd, Jill Anne, 928 Leesville Rd., Lynchburg, Va. 
Kidd, Kathy, Goldston Rd., Pittsboro 
Kidwell, Connie, 206 Sypherd Dr., Oaklands, Newark, 

Del. 
King, Boyd, 1806 Tryon Rd., New Bern 
King, Brenda Lee, 613 Beth St., Winston-Salem 
Kiser, Jane Leigh, Rt. 3, Box 355-C, Lincolnton 
Lamn, Johnnie Faye, Rt. 2, Box 207, Elm City 
Lancaster, Jennie, 500 Monticello Drive, Wilson 
Leathers, Elizabeth Brown, 305 Chestnut St., Hen- 
derson 
Levinson, Sandra, 835 N. Center St., Hickory 
Lewis, Pam, 810 Emeline Ave., Fayetteville 
Lilburn, Kathy, 3811 Kirby Dr., Greensboro 
Little, Gloria, 718 S. Second St., Smithfield 
Little, Joyce R., Box 783, Southern Pines 
Love, Rebecca Sue, 921 S. Main St., Graham 
Lowder, Carolyn Erma, Rt. 1, Stanfield 
Luter, Anne, 637 Franklin St., Roanoke Rapids 
Lyday, Martha Elizabeth, 303 S. Gaston St., Brevard 
MacClary, Susan, 206 Cheltenham Rd., Newark, Del. 
Mallard, Jennie, 1933 E. Illinois St., Wheaton, 111. 
Manson, Ellen, 3421 Kenmore Rd., Richmond, Va. 
Markert, Jessie M., Box 4, Coinjock 
Martin, Kathy, Box 607, Aberdeen 
Martin, Pat, Cerro Gordo 
Mattocks, Anne, 1007 Clyde Dr., Jacksonville 
McClung, Virginia, 1057 S. Hawthorne Rd., Winston- 
Salem 
McCullen, Vicki, 405 Cooper Dr., Clinton 
McCormick, Gwen Anne, Box 1066, Aberdeen 
McCray, Judith Ann, 5602 High Point Rd., Greensboro 
McDowell, Lynn, 1408 Church St., Scotland Neck 
McGranahan, Judy Ann, 2015 Salem Rd., Virginia 

Beach, Va. 
Mcllwain, Dorice, 210 N. Main St., Red Springs 
McNeill, Ruth Elizabeth, 3204 Beaufort St., Raleigh 
McRae, Linda Sue, Box 338, McBee, S. C. 
McRae, Sandra Kay, RFD 2, Mount Gilead 
McRorie, Cassandra, P. O. Box 145, Robersonville 
McTaggart, Sharon Anne, Milton Rd., Litchfield, Conn. 
Meares, Kay, Box 335, McBee, S. C. 
Meekins, Anne E., 1712 Trent Blvd., New Bern 
Meeks, Joan, 1309 Beal St., Rocky Mount 
Merriman, Fair, Box 186, Fieldale, Va. 
Middleton, Mildred Marilyn, 903 Runnymede Rd., Ra- 
leigh 
Middleton, Peggy Lyn, 403 Lakeside Dr., Cedartown, 

Ga. 
Millard, Martha, 204 E. Pard Ave., Tarboro 
Mitchell, Vicki Lynn, Oak Lane, Laurel, Del. 
Mizell, Janet, P. O. Box 6, Newport 
Montaque, Juanita Talmage, 514 Chaptico Rd., South 

Hill, Va. 
Moody, Mary Lynne, 808 Davidson St., North Hills, 

Raleigh 
Morris, Trula Carter, 1140 Rogby Rd., Lynchburg, Va. 
Murray, Kay, 1110 Spencer Ave., Gastonia 
Nahikian, Sarah Jo, 3116 Leonard St., Raleigh 
Nance, Nan, 1208 S. Main St., Fairmont 
Newell, Nancy Lee, Box 171, Roxboro 
Newlin, Nancy Louise, 251 Grove Park Circle, Dan- 
ville, Va. 
Oakley, Aimee, 605 Long Ave., Roxboro 
O'Brian, Laurinda Home, Rt. 1, Box 173-A, Greens- 
boro 
Osborne, Pamela J., 2405 Rowland Ave., Lumberton 
Park, Barbara, 5421 Dutchess St., Charlotte 




There's nothing 
so obvious 
as a trend... 



... and the trend at Edwards and Broughton Co. has 
always been toward better and more beautiful yearbooks 
... so that you, during the years to come, may continue 
to re-live those memorable school days - and "times gone 
by." 

And as time does go by, we will continue to set the trend 
in distinctive yearbooks. 



Since 1871 



Printers of the 1968 Oak Leaves 



Edwards & Broughton 

1821 N. Boulev 
Raleigh 



,Co -|Fnl 

ulevard I K \ <L\ 

, N. C y±±3 



Parker, Dianne, 403 E. High St., Murfreesboro 
Parker, Karyn, 1027 Westmont Dr., Asheboro 
Parker, Mary Stuart, 395 Buckingham Rd., Winston- 
Salem 
Parker, Renee, Route 4, Albemarle 

Parnell, Gloria Dawn, Rt. 2, Box 125, Mount Gilead 
Parrish, Pamela Kay, 4008 Glenstar Terrace, Charlotte 
Patterson, Martha, 909 Pembroke Road, Greensboro 
Pearson, Gene-Ann, 2217 Shoreham St. Durham 
Petty, Nancy Jean, Sunset Ave., Henderson 
Phillips, Margaret, 2200 Parham Road, Richmond, Va. 
Pilout, Anne Lynn, 31 Aylwin Road, Portsmouth, Va. 
Pond, Carolyn Marie, 4504 Phylliss St., Alexandria, 

Va. 
Price, Flo, 507 West Anderson St., Selma 
Pruitt, Pamela Ruth, 202 Tranquil Dr., Oxford 
Puryear, Pam, 313 Compton Road, Raleigh 
Rea, Reita, Rt. 1, Oriental 

Reid, Mary Delight, 811 Hillside Ave., Charlotte 
Reynolds, Suzanne, 1103 Fairview Dr., Lexington 
Regan, Vickie, 202 Kinney Ave., Thomasville 
Ripple, Ann, 605 Crescent Dr., Lexington 
Riviere, Pat, 514 Country Club Circle, Shelby 
Robbins, Sharron, Rt. 7, Box 225, Durham 
Robinson, Laura Diana, Box 834, Marion 
Roebuck, Becky, 304 E. Simmons Ave., Williamston 
Rogers, Caro Lee, 110 Townsend St., Bennettsville, 

S. C. 
Rouse, Nancy, Main Street, Box 185, Lucama 
Rowe, Sharon Anne, 26 E. Shore Dr., Asheville 
Rutledge, Claudia, 6225 Satchel Ford Rd., Columbia, 

S. C. 
Scarborough, Shirley, 110 Smith Chapel Rd., Mt. 

Olive 
Scott, Candy, Box 627, Troy 
Shaefer, Stephanie Lynn, 10609 Howerton, Fairfax, 

Va. 
Shaw, Rachael, 1525 Westminster Dr., Columbia, S. C. 
Shipp, Susan, 3841 Vesta Dr., Raleigh 
Simmons, Marsha. 618 West Main, Mt. Olive 
Singletary, Ann, 506 N. Madison St., Whiteville 
Smith, Hannah, 415 Railroad Ave., Chadbourn 
Smith Jane, 221 Ellwood Road, Raleigh 
Smith, Jeanie Murlee, Rt 9, Box 148, Charlotte 
Smith, Kathy, 420 Leander, Shelby 
Smith, Myrtle Rose, Rt. 2, Fuquay-Varina 
Smith, Paula, Rt. 1, Deep Run 

Sprouse, Susan Elaine, 527 N. Griffing Blvd., Asheville 
Stainer, Donna, 1428 Evaline Dr., Columbus, Ohio 
Staples, Shirley, Mayock 
Stegall, Kay, Rt. 3, Box 35, Marshville 
Stockton, Peggy, 1711 Meadowbrook Dr., Winston- 
Salem 
Stone, Sandra Marie, 206 W. 29th St., Lumberton 
Tharrington, Margaret, 1512 W. Haven Blvd., Rocky 

Mount 
Thompson, Elna, 721 S. Elam Avenue, Greensboro 
Tilghman, Beth, 509 Cherry St., Hamlet 
Townsend, Carol, c/o Col. L. B. Townsend, Jr., 7th 
Army Sup. Comd., Maint. Div. APO New York 
Trader, Becky, Rt. 1, Angier 
Trayham, Janet, 111 Lake Dr., Cheraw, S. C. 
Tull, Geni, 1610 Plum Nelly Rd., Rockingham 
Vann, Lavinia, 100 E. Broad St., Murfreesboro 
Vaughn, Brenda Faye, 607 Gaston St., Raleigh 
Walston, Deborah, Rt. 1, Box 40, Farmville 
Waple, Nancy, 1 Donelson St., Fort Bragg 
Wardell, Roberta, 1312 Biltmore Drive, Charlotte 
Warren, Abigail, Rt. 2, Newton Grove 
Warren, Glynda, 1209 E. Beech St., Goldsboro 
Watkins, Diane E., 3 Prince Eugene Lane, Media, Pa. 
Watkins, Nancy Tarry, 306 Belle Street, Henderson 
Westphal, Mary Anne, 506 Kings Highway, Milford, 

Del. 
White, June Delores, 129 Healen St., Lenoir 
Whitley, Sylvia, Rt. 3, Wilson Mills Rd., Smithfield 
Wilkie, Helen, Box 1002, Sylva 

Williams, Mary Ann, 125 Timberlane Rd., Rocky Mount 
Williamson, Peggy, Rt. 2, Box 291, Seagrove 
Winstead, Sarah, 304 N. Main St., Roxboro 
Womack, Susan Ann, 505 Cross St., Sanford 
Wood, Betty, 7905 Neuson Court, Richmond, Va. 
Woods, Barbara, 4 Tuscarora Dr., Leesburg, Va. 
Woody, Betty Dove, P. O. Box 746, Clinton 
Wright, Mrs. Sarah Nell Moss, 412 Lake Boone Trail, 
Raleigh 



MEREDITH COLLEGE FACULTY AND 
ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF 
Allen, Mrs. W. R., 1416 Eden Lane, Raleigh 
Archer, Mrs. H. J., Jr., 3004 Eton Rd„ Raleigh 
Bailey, Mrs. W. W., Rt. 7, Litchford Rd., Raleigh 
Bailey, Wm. S., Jr., 3608 Horton St., Apt. 202, Raleigh 
Baity, Miss Hazel, 1614 W. First St., Winston-Salem 
Baker, Joe, 1300 Kingston Ridge Dr., Cary 
Barbour, Mrs. Frances, 2710 Kittrell Dr., Raleigh 
Bell, Mrs. Helen C, 117 Montgomery St., Raleigh 
Bell, Miss Lila, 1620 St. Mary's St., Raleigh 
Bell, Mrs. Mattie G., Rt. 8, Box 330, Raleigh 
Beza, Mrs. Jacqueline, Rt. 2, Chapel Hill 
Birkin, Vergean R., 816 Merrie Rd., Raleigh 
Blanton, Miss Gloria, 3409 Apache Drive, Raleigh 
Booth, Mrs. Josephine, 104 Logan Ct., Raleigh 
Bouknight, Mrs. Frank, 420 Latimer Rd., Raleigh 
Cannady, Mrs. Gail Butler, 215A Hudson St., Raleigh 
Carroll, Miss Nancy, 500 Tarton Circle, Apt. 2, Raleigh 
Carter, Mrs. Hannah, 3449 Bradley Place, Raleigh 
Chamberlain, Mrs. Elizabeth, 144 Emerald Circle, 

Durham 
Clark, Miss Margaret E., 2806 Anderson Dr., Raleigh 
Clyburn, Mr. James, 817 Ravenwood Drive, Raleigh 
Cochran, Dr. Bernard H., 3422 Redbud Lane, Raleigh 
Cockerham, Miss Kay, 728 Melrose St., Winston-Salem 
Coffer, J. Henry, Jr., 2606 Van Dyke Ave., Raleigh 
Cook, Mrs. Nancy, 4920 Auburn Rd., Raleigh 
Cooper, Harry E., 3 Henderson St., Raleigh 
Crook, Dr. Roger H., Meredith College, Raleigh 
Dandridge, Miss Lucille, 120 Faircloth, Meredith, Ra- 
leigh 
Davis, Dr. Charles A., 1422 Ridge Rd., Raleigh 
Davis, Mrs. Charles A., 1422 Ridge Rd., Raleigh 
Donley, Miss Beatrice E., 2310 Clark Ave., Raleigh 
Dorsett, Harry K., 2719 Bedford Ave., Raleigh 
Eads, James H., Jr., 3036 Rothgeb Drive, Raleigh 
Edwards, Mrs. Mary M., 2204 Charlotte Court, Ra- 
leigh 
Ennis, Miss Barbara Sue, 2IOV2 Groveland Ave., Ra- 
leigh 
Fleming, Miss Louise E., Vann Hall, Meredith College, 

Raleigh 
Fracker, Mr. Robert G., 307 Oak Ridge Rd., Cary 
Frazier, Dr. Lois, 3402 Bradley Place, Raleigh 
Friedrich, Mrs. Kay, 2933 Welcome Drive, Durham 
Garriss, Mrs. Phyllis W., 3400 Merriman Ave., Raleigh 
Gatling, Mrs. Joelle, 3712 Corbin St., Raleigh 
Gay, Miss Pauline, 809 W. Johnson St., Raleigh 
Gilbert, Mrs. John H., 1606 Pineview St., Raleigh 
Gooch, Dr. Margaret, H-9 Raleigh Apartments, Raleigh 
Gower, Mrs. Ruth L., 4408 Jessup Drive, Raleigh 
Greene, Miss Jane, Rt. 3, Atkins Rd., Raleigh 
Grubbs, Mrs. Frank, 1706 Baker Rd., Rt. 8, Raleigh 
Grubbs, Dr. Frank L., Jr., 1706 Baker Rd., Rt. 8, 

Raleigh 
Haeseler, Miss Isabelle, 1329 Hathaway Rd., Raleigh 
Hamill, Mrs. R. W., 2510 Greenway Ave., Raleigh 
Hamilton, Mrs. John H., Jr., 618 Dorset Drive, Cary 
Happer, Mrs. Marshall, 2535 Country Club Ct., Ra- 
leigh 
Hart, Mrs. James, 2414 Mayview Rd., Raleigh 
Heilman, Dr. E. Bruce, 1317 Glen Eden Drive, Raleigh 
Hinsley, Mrs. Dru M., 5509 Holly Springs Rd., Raleigh 
Holler, Mrs. Harriet, 3340 White Oak Rd., Raleigh 
Horner, Dr. Sally M., Rt. 4, Chapel Hill 
Humphries, Mrs. W. S., 2807 Lewis Farm Rd., Raleigh 
Hurst, Mrs. Edna, 822 Vance St., Roanoke Rapids 
Johnson, Miss Betty Sue, 5309 Holly Springs Rd., 

Raleigh 
Johnson, Mrs. Margaret L., 1714 Carson St., Raleigh 
Johnson, Dr. Mary Lynch, 1906 Smallwood Drive, 

Raleigh 
Jones, Mrs. Elizabeth B., 105 Poteat Dorm, Meredith, 

Raleigh 
Josey, Miss Mary Bland, Box 95, Tarboro 
Knight, Dr. lone K., Box 7, Madison 
Lassiter, Mrs. Frances W., 922 Pamilco Drive, Cary 
Ledford, William R., 1714 Brooks Ave., Raleigh 
Lemmon, Dr. Sarah M., 917 Brookwood Dr., Raleigh 
McAllister, Dr. Q. O., 1704 St. Mary's St., Raleigh 
McCombs, Mrs. Dorothy, 3438 Bradley Place, Raleigh 
McLain, Dr. Ralph E., 3400 Lake Boone Trail, Raleigh 
Martin, Mrs. Margaret, 3208 Landor Rd., Raleigh 
Massey, Mrs. W. K., 305 Quail Drive, Raleigh 
Matthews, Miss Kate, 607-B Daniels St., Raleigh 




Morgan, Mr. Robert W., P. O. Box 277, Spring Hope 
Nix, Miss Jo Anne, 2809 O'Berry St., Raleigh 
Parker, Mr. Charles B., Jr., 4717 Stanford St., Raleigh 
Parnell, Mrs. Carl, 3400 Ocotea St., Raleigh 
Parramore, Dr. Thomas C, 5012 Tanglewood Drive, 

Raleigh 
Peacock, Dr. L. A., 3018 Churchill Rd., Raleigh 
Peak, Miss Lucile, Meredith College, Raleigh 
Phillips, Mrs. Robert, Wilmore, Kansas 
Ponton, Mrs. Elizabeth H., 2520 White Oak Rd., Ra- 
leigh 
Poole, Mrs. Peggy, 503 Vz Cole St., Raleigh 
Posey, Mrs. Evelyn R., 425 Cooke St, Apex 
Pratt, Mrs. George C, c/o Rev. D. B. Alderman, Box 

47, Kings Mountain 
Pratt, Mr. Stuart, 3015 Ruffin St., Raleigh 
Preston, Mrs. Dorothy K., 4929 Hermitage Drive, Ra- 
leigh 
Pruden, Mrs. Virginia, 1423 Brooks Ave., Raleigh 
Renfrow, Mrs. Lois S., Q-4 Raleigh Apartments, Ra- 
leigh 
Reveley, David R., 118 St. Mary's St., Raleigh 
Rice, Mrs. Elizabeth, 109 N. Lord Ashley Rd., Ra- 
leigh 
Rieger, Mrs. Elliot, 2300 Tyson St., Raleigh 
Robinson, Mrs. Carolyn C, 4609 Pamilco Drive, Ra- 
leigh 
Robinson, Mr. Grove, 708 Gannett St., Raleigh 
Rose, Dr. Norma, 510 Camden Rd., Wadesboro 
Saunders, Mrs. Lucy H, Rt. 2, Box 7-A, Enfield 
Saxe, Mrs. R. F., 1808 Fairley Drive, Raleigh 
Scarboro, Miss Virginia, P-8 Raleigh Apartments, Ra- 
leigh 
Senter, Dr. William J., 2330 Churchill Rd., Raleigh 
Short, Miss Nona Joan, Rt. 6, Lead Mine Rd., Raleigh 
Simmons, Mrs. Evelyn, 2512 Oxford Rd., Raleigh 
Simmons, Mr. Harry, 129 Harden Rd., Raleigh 



Slate, Mrs. Tecsi M., 2300 Avent Ferry Rd., Apt. Q-l, 

Raleigh 
Smith, Mr. Paul E., 2765 Milburnie Rd., Raleigh 
Snow, Mrs. Nancy, 4900 Morehead Drive, Raleigh 
Spooner, Mrs. W. E., 2001 Buckingham Rd., Raleigh 
Stevens, Mrs. Frances W., 432 Oakland Dr., Raleigh 
Stuber, Mrs. Marilyn M., 1800 Manuel St., Raleigh 
Sullivan, Mrs. Jane W., 913 Brookwood Dr., Raleigh 
Swain, Mrs. Virginia, 268 The Circle, Raleigh 
Syron, Miss Leslie W., Rt. 1, Box 72, Churchville, Va. 
Thorne, Mrs. Frances, 107 Poteat Dorm, Meredith, 

Raleigh 
Troy, Mrs. Joan B., 228 Pineview Rd., Durham 
Tucker, Dr. Charles R., 911 Pamilco Dr., Cary 
White, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard, 721 E. Franklin St., 

Chapel Hill 
Whittaker, Miss Catherine, 107 Brewer Dorm, Mere- 
dith, Raleigh 
Winstead, Miss Donna, 118 East Greene St., Box 624, 

Nashville 
Yarborough, Dr. John A., 3008 Medlin Dr., Raleigh 
Yarborough, Dr. Mary E., 119 Montgomery St., Ra- 
leigh 
Yeager, Miss Betty J., 715 Graham St., Raleigh 
Young, Mr. Stephen E., 3109 Childers St., Raleigh 

PROFESSORS EMERITI— (Local) 
Campbell, Dr. Carlyle, 19 Furches St., Raleigh 
Brewer, Miss Ellen, 126 Groveland Ave., Raleigh 
Collins, Mrs. Helen, 2713 Rosedale Ave., Raleigh 
Freeman, Dr. L. E. M., 129 Hillcrest Rd., Raleigh 
Grimmer, Miss Mae, 1700 Park Dr., Raleigh 
Jones, Dr. Ira O., 1426 Duplin Road, Raleigh 
Price, Dr. Helen, 2201 Garden Place, Raleigh 
Tilley, Dr. Ethel, 1501 Hillsborough St., Raleigh 
Tyner, Mr. B. Y., 34 Shepherd St., Raleigh 
Wallace, Dr. Lillian P., 2212 Hope St., Raleigh 



Acorn Staff 114 

Administration 144 

Alpha Rho Tau Art Club 120 

American Guild of 

Organists 120 

Astrotekton Society 118 

Barber Science Club 121 

Brewer Dormitory 101 

Canaday Math Club 121 

Chief Marshal 68 

Chorus 130 

Christmas 138 

Colton English Club 122 

Concert and Lectures 

Committee 109 

Cornhuskin' 134 

Counselors 106 

Current Events 132 

Day Students 131 

Dedication 12 

Elections Board and Hand- 
book Committee 106 

Ensemble 130 



INDEX 

Faculty 152 

Faircloth Dormitory 100 

Founders' Day 139 

Freshman Class 88 

Granddaughters' Club 123 

Home Economics Club 123 

Hoofprint Club 124 

In Memoriam 142 

International Relations 

Club 124 

Judicial Board 105 

Junior Class 72 

Kappa Nu Sigma 58 

La Tertulia Spanish Club 125 

Legislative Board 104 

Les Amies Francaise 

French Club 125 

Maid of Honor 64 

Marshals 69 

May Court 65 

May Queen 62 

Meredith Christian 

Association 110 



Meredith Recreation 

Association Ill 

Oak Leaves Staff 112 

Philaretian Society 116 

Playhouse 127 

Poteat Dormitory 102 

Psychology Club 127 

Religious Emphasis Week 138 

Senior Class 15 

Sigma Alpha Iota 122 

Silver Shield 59 

Sociology Club 128 

Sophomore Class 80 

Stringfield Dormitory 99 

Student Activities Board 108 

Stunt 136 

Tomorrow's Business 

Women 129 

Twig Staff 115 

Vann Dormitory 98 

Who's Who 60 

Young Democrats Club 129 

Young Republicans Club 128 






Frs 



w- 



'^T 



MRA at the grid. 








« 



:?.••■■**? 



Duke Crook and Duchess Duckworth- 
Play Day's royalty. 

Right: Meredith girls wait impatiently to escort Norad 
Band members to dinner. 

Below: "The Executives" ring out their banjoes at a 
Coffee House performance. 




Sock it to me ... I GAS . . . Meredith College Won Me Over . . . Slick . . . Beach Club No. 3 ... Be young, be f( 
study, too early to cram . . . How ya hangin'? . . . Doo-Doo bird . . . PEOC . . . Hey Benny, what happened to yo 
knock your teeth out . . . My young lotus blossom . . . grit. . . . 






The Dirty Dozen celebrates. 



180 







'Wmm& 



tlViffi 



* 



swaK? 1 



but be happy ... E. O. ... If you don't like it don't eat it . . . face man . . . red-neck . . . Hey dar . . . It's too late to 
;? . . . Weren't thinkin' about tryin' to protect myself . . . Toulouse . . . Neat . . . I'm gonna crush your skull in and 




ABOVE: All our dandelion days are done 

and so we'll run the fields no more 

in search of wild roses 

that grow out on the moor. 

Rod McKuen 



Keeper of the 
Chapel door 



181 




THE STAFF 



Martha Ellen Walker, Editor-in-Chief 

Puffy Carraway, Art Editor and Lay-out Artist 

Jessie Dixon, Assistant Editor 

Gay Felton, Class Editor 

Linda Gallehugh, Clubs Editor 



Sandra Burgess, Honors Editor 

Susan Vanderslice and Ryllis Miller, 

Faculty Editors 
Barbara Perry, Dorms Editor 

Michele Tew, Activities Editor 

Jackie Boone, Business Manager 



Cherie Gulley 
Dianne Yelton 
Brooks McGirt 
June Buchanan 
Jeanne Spach 
Judy Shepherd 



Editorial 



Anne Bryan 
Elaine Johnson 
Sue Hammons 
Dwan Thomas 
Beverly Barefoot 



Anne Meekins 
Curt Howard 
Nancy Yates 
Nina Ellis 
Margie Poore 
Ginger Hughey 



Business 



Mary Jo Jewell 
Eva Neel 



Anne Henry 
Vicki Tart 



Yetive Baucom 
Clara Young 



Typists 



Clara Young Donna Haire 

Edwards & Broughton Co., Publishers 



Gerry Futrell Ann Hill Daniel 

Dr. Thomas Parramore, Advisor 



Cover Design by Bob Allen and Puffy 
Carraway 

Photography by: 
Mr. Almon Barbour 
Waller Studio 
Mr. Peter Julian 
Mr. Bob Allen 



Then, of course, there are always the "unsung" — 
Shan, for your "little . . . acts of kindness and of 
grace," Donna Leslie for your wit, Johnnie for 
your genius, and Claudine for your inspiration. . . . 



... we finally emerge from all the vibrance and profound 
thought, the rainy days and frustration, the term papers and 
tears, and we glance back and look to a life that, in retrospect, 
makes us glad we were Meredith, for a little while.